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In shelter Barnyard

Jacksonville, FL, 32218
Pet name:
Pot Bellied
Coat length:
He is a sweet and polite piggy who loves treats. He takes food so gently from your hand that we know he would be great with kids. He was found as a stray in a rural community in Northeast Florida. After being rescued by animal control he came to live at a farm sanctuary and is being provided food, shelter, vet care, love, and lots of attention while he waits for his forever home.

Pigs are very social and they love to live with other pigs, so ideally you want two pigs or more. PUA is a very docile and low man on the totem pole with other pigs. He will not pick a fight, and will run from anyone wanting to fight with him. He will do well on a hobby farm or micro-sanctuary living with other barnyard animals like pigs, horses, cats, and dogs. He is a bit shy and scared of new things, but with time and patience he is learning to trust again. While he may be shy, he is a fast learner and already knows how come when called. Once he trusts you he will lay down for a belly rub. He loves the mud and wallowing in muddy watering holes is his favorite thing.  PUA free ranges all day with other potbelly type pigs, farm dogs, and horses. If you would like to meet PUA and talk more about adding him to your farm family please send us a message.

Age: @1-2 years of age
Sex: Neutered Male. He is up to date on vaccines.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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