A mentor told me years ago that responsible breeders also rescue. If you are going to bring animals into the world you better also be prepared to take care of the ones already in it.
We not only take back our customers pigs if they can no longer take care of them, we also take in other pigs when their breeder won't help. The above pig "Dixie" came from a Snohomish breeder that couldn't make room to take this poor girl back. Long story short, we were contacted and went to pick her up. While friendly, she was 70 pounds overweight and covered in scars that were caused from being housed with large meat pigs. She quickly became a permanent resident. She is still a pretty big pig, but at least she is a healthy, happy big pig!l You will see her as soon as you drive in!
We are also actively involved in wildlife animal rehabilitation and release. We currently have 13 opossum babies. We love to show them off and show what incredible animals they actually are. If you come out for a visit in spring, you never know what you will see.
If you don't see a rescue that you like listed, please contact us! We are likely working with additional pigs that just aren't quite ready for adoption yet.
We have the most adorable 12 week old female piglets that we took in as rescues! We took mom too and she is here to see. She is only about a year old, so not fully grown. She is a small piggy though! They have been vet checked and we expect them to be around 15-16 inches and around 70-80 pounds. They have been living in our living room for the last few weeks and we have completely socialized them and they are litter box trained! They have been fully vaccinated and wormed. They will need to be spayed when they get older and that will be the responsibility of the new families. They love hiding under blankets and sunbathing in front of the window. They are starting to sit up and are good with their mouths. Piglets are $300 each Looking for 2 piglets? They can go together for $500
Meet Clementine! She is the leader of the two and incredibly smart. She learns tricks in record time and is a good pick pocket if you have something in there that she wants. Loves sleeping under her blankets and sunning on the back deck.
Meet Candy! She is a little smaller than her sister and lets her make the rules. She is not an alpha piggy. She loves her belly rubs and expects them with her good mornings. Super good at taking treats and not letting you feel any teeth.