Piglet Adoption Information
Piglets are adopted on a first come and first serve bases. If you see that a piglet has been adopted call or text Karen at 801-376-5785 and we can put you on a waiting list for a piglet that looks similar.
Shipping is free. We ship the piglets safe and sound to an airport near you. We can usually have a piglet scheduled to fly out within 1-2 days after payment clears. The price you see includes free shipping.
Every piglet purchase includes a piggy started kit. This kit will have some of the basics like a pamphlet on how to take care of the piglets, Mizuri mini pig food, and well as a few added bonuses.
We offer financing on our piglets. How financing works is you will put a down payment of $750. This allows us to ship the piglet to you. Then every 30 days for 8 months there will be a monthly payment.
You can calculate the monthly by Taking the total cost of the piglet subtracting $750 and then dividing the remainder by 8.
Example: If a piglet cost $2,350 you would take $2,350-$750=$1,600
Then you would take the remaining $1,600 divide by 8 = $200. so your monthly payment on a $2,350 piglet is $200 a month for 8 months
So you would pay $750 down we would fly the piglet to you then while you have the piglet you would make the 8 remaining monthly payments. You don’t have to wait until all payments are made to get your piglets, Piglet is shipped after your down payment of $750.
Because our piglets are extremely small we wait until our piglets are a minimum of 12 weeks old to wean from their mother.
Unlike some breeders, we will not take pictures of our babies when they are hairless and just a day or two old. We wait until they are weaned from their mother before we take pictures and list them on the website. This ensures the piglets are healthy and mature enough to handle the stresses of adapting to a new family.
The average size of our adult pigs is 15-40 LBS. The smallest piglets are our super micro piglets. All pigs listed on this site are teacup piglets. Super Micro piglets sell for more than our Micro piglets because they typically stay a little bit smaller. Certain colors can also affect the prices or the piglets. Juliana, Pink, and Chocolate are rarer and usually sell for a little more.
All our piglets have started their litter box training. It still usually takes them a week to adjust to their new surroundings. You will want to limit their space they can run in the home initially until they are familiar with it and familiar with their litter box. A lot of new owners will buy their piglets a playpen to help limit their roaming area at first.
Our piglets are raised with children and other animals. Teacup pigs usually get along very well with other animals. Just make sure you keep a close eye on your pets until they warm up to the little piglet.
It is very important to have your piglet spayed or neutered. We can either have our vet do it or help you locate a vet to get your piglet spayed or neutered.
If you have any other questions feel free to ask. You can either email us or call us.