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Old 12-21-2013, 12:50 AM   #1
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New Pet Fulltiming with us!

Santa came early and brought us a new friend to travel with. Mr Tiny!
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Santa came early and brought us a new friend to travel with. Mr Tiny!
Pot bellied pigs are sweet. you can even train them to use a litter box if you start at a young age as well as outside. Just like training a dog......eat or drink then outside or to the litter box to do its business. They can also be trained to do tricks, sit and beg, lay down, shake hands etc
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Whoa, be careful he doesn't fall into that coffee mug :-) Wow, he's little.
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Cute. Wonder what the pet policies will do with this cute little guy. Some will not allow "exotic" pets and they classify them as such.

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A little sweetheart! Santa was good to you! Merry Christmas!
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Pot bellied pigs are sweet. you can even train them to use a litter box if you start at a young age as well as outside. Just like training a dog......eat or drink then outside or to the litter box to do its business. They can also be trained to do tricks, sit and beg, lay down, shake hands etc
And if they misbehave, they can be both sweet and tasty. lol
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AWE, and Mr Tiny adorable. Hes getting big 16 weeks old and already 4 Lbs!
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AWE, and Mr Tiny adorable. Hes getting big 16 weeks old and already 4 Lbs!
You get to show him off at Summerfest!
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