Guide to Teaching Tricks & Taking Care of Pot Belly & Teacup Pigs

09/10/2015

Guide to Teaching Tricks & Taking Care of Pot Belly & Teacup Pigs

 

Are Teacup Pigs Really That Pig-headed?

Pot belly pigs can be the cutest, most affectionate and lovable pets you can own. But before buying one as a pet, you should learn all you can about potbelly pig ownership. Piglets are not like puppies in the way they learn or behave – in fact studies have shown that piggies are much smarter than dogs and a mature pig will have the intelligence of a 2 year old. This is the reason why people say having a potbelly is the same as having a toddler for 15 years!

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pot-belly-pig-secrets-coverThe guide to teaching tricks and taking care of your pot belly pig

Some of the Lessons you will Learn

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Teach Amazing Tricks such as:

Sit
Bow/Curtsy
Lie Down / Play Dead
Stay
Spinning, Figure Eight
Playing a bicycle horn or childs piano
shaking ‘hands’ and waving hello
Fetch
Playing Golf
Playing Soccer or Tenpin Bowling
Slam Dunking a basketball
Rolling out the red carpet
Shaking head “yes” or “no”
Crawling
Jumping through hoops
Pushing a toddlers pram
Help your Pig Communicate Properly
Control Social Hierarchy
Improve your Pigs Immune System.
Easy Teeth and Skin Care.
Introduce a 2nd Pig with Ease.
Harness and Lead Train your Pig.
Weigh your Pig without Scales.
Housetrain your Pig.

Teacup pot belly pigs are very intelligent, social animals that instinctively respect a strong leader. They can sense it when you are trained, and not the other way around.

Training Your Pig To Respect You

Before you bring a mini home, “Pot Belly Secrets” will help you learn how to lay down the law from day one.

• Learn how to communicate properly with your pig
• Establish yourself as the leader in the social hierarchy
• Easy ways to house train your pig
• Simple methods of harness training your pig, and why it should be done outdoors and not indoors
• Introducing a new pig to a pig already in residence
• Why you should allow a second pig to fence fight with your first pig after two weeks, and why you need to make sure both pigs are the same size and age
• Making your pig a true member of the family
• What to do if you have to get rid of your pig.
Caring For Your Pot Bellied Pig

“Pot Belly Secrets” details the many aspects of pig care and ownership, including:

• Good hygiene for pigs, including secrets to bathing pigs
• Learn what not to feed a pig from day one
• Why you should not feed your pig dog or cat food
• Nutritional secrets and when to feed the pig
• Pigs’ nutritional requirements and the best vegetables to feed a pig
• Easily identify estrus cycle in your pig, and how to breed them
• Dealing with a pig’s anxiety and stress
• Protecting your pig’s immune system
• Administering first aid to a pig
• Weighing your pig without scales
• Pig vaccinations and worming
• Why pigs should never climb stairs
• Healthy exercise for your pig
• Easy skin and teeth care, and how to prevent shedding
• Choosing the right medical care, and finding a vet for a teacup pig.

Once you have learned the basics, Mini Potbellied Pigs make intelligent, delightful pets. “Pot Belly Secrets” has training and playtime secrets showing how you and your pig can have fun.

Having Fun With Your Potbellied Pig

Teach Amazing Tricks such as:

Sit
Bow/Curtsy
Lie Down / Play Dead
Stay
Spinning, Figure Eight
Playing a bicycle horn or childs piano
shaking ‘hands’ and waving hello
Fetch
Playing Golf
Playing Soccer or Tenpin Bowling
Slam Dunking a basketball
Rolling out the red carpet
Shaking head “yes” or “no”
Crawling
Jumping through hoops
Pushing a toddlers pram

• Harnessing and lead training pigs
• Advice on taking your pig on a walk
• Joining a local pig club
• Treating pigs to their favorite foods
• Finding cheap and comfy bedding for your pig

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