Meet three recent rescues who have arrived at Ross Mill Farm: from left to right: Krishna (girl), Buddha (boy), and Chakra (boy). They were found by Specialty K9 Search and Recovery group while doing some training exercises in the woods. Then Buddha Dog Rescue & Recovery were able to catch these three little pigs, and the West Milford Animal Shelter Society provided temporary shelter and then transported them to Ross Mill Farm. What a group effort!
They are currently living in the nursery and being socialized. They were skittish when they first arrived, and have really come a long way in just a couple weeks!
These babies will be spayed or neutered prior to adoption. Intact pigs do not make the best companion animals. Spaying prevents unwanted litters, curbs behavior problems, and prevents uterine tumors. Neutering prevents behavior issues and eliminates that classic boar odor. Altering piggies when they're young is safer and usually less expensive than waiting until it becomes a problem or a medical emergency.
If you are interested in adopting, please complete the application and mention the name, city, and state of the pig(s) you're interested in: https://www.pigplacementnetwork.org/online-adoption-application/
Qualified homes must 1) be in a zone friendly community, 2) locate a vet that will care for pet pigs, 3) own their home.
Donations to PPN are greatly appreciated so we can continue to help pigs.
Weight, age, alter status, and other information about this pig supplied by the guardian and not verified by PPN. Age and weight may be estimates.