Pig Harmony is part of the Southern California Pot Bellied Pig Adoption and Rescue network.
Pot Bellied Pig Adoption & Rescue
Hello and welcome to Pig Harmony. Before you even consider adopting a pig, please be sure to read our
Good Pet, Right for You, Adoption Process and Links pages. We hope these pages will help you have a
better understanding of the long-term commitment and special needs involved in taking care of a Pot
Bellied Pig. We would also like to remind you that caring for any animal takes a lot of love, patience and
treats. Please consider all of the information provided to you before making any type of adoption
decision. We would like you to have some fun while learning about these marvelous creatures. Certain
criteria does exist and must be met before any type of Pot Bellied Pig ownership can occur. There are
numerous questions you must ask yourself and your family before adopting a pig. Our goal is to help you
answer any questions you may have and help you gain a little more knowledge about pigs and what it is
like to have one as a pet.
Have you heard about the latest little piggy rave, Teacup Pigs? Well Pig Harmony is here to inform you
that there is no such thing as a Teacup Pig! Every few years, television and print media will run with the
stories of these cute and tiny miniature pigs for pets! Are you considering purchasing or adopting a
Teacup Pig? If so then please do yourself a favor and get the real facts on these animals.
Click Here for more information on these cute little piggies that grow up to be very large pets.
If you have done your homework and are truly ready to proceed with adopting a Pot Bellied Pig, then
please complete our Online Adoption Questionnaire and click the submit button when you are done.
Someone from Pig Harmony will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you for visiting with us
Pot Bellied Pigs are very unique animals and they all need loving and caring homes.
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Did you know that pig sanctuaries and rescue centers get
pig pets dumped on them all the time because of the lack
of allowed zoning in their local counties or communities?
Southern California Pig Adoption