Pigs squeal for many of the same reasons babies cry. Squealing is the basic way a pig communicates feelings of fear and uncertainty. Whether caring for farm pigs or pet pigs, understanding common concerns of pigs is help... More »

According to Squeals on Wheels, teacup pigs are omnivores and eat a variety of vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, green beans, sweet potatoes, peas and corn. Teacup pigs are also given nutritionally balanced pelle... More »

The name for a group of pigs depends on the animals' ages. A group of young pigs is called a drift, drove or litter. Groups of older pigs are called a sounder of swine, a team or passel of hogs or a singular of boars. More »

Teacup pigs can be purchased as pets from various livestock farms and breeders such as Paradise Family Farm and from the Teacup Pigs for Sale website. Before buying a pig as a pet, make sure that local laws allow pigs to... More »

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Pigs grunt, bark and squeal to communicate with each other, indicating happiness, fear and other emotions. The bulk of their communication is verbal with approximately 20 distinct sounds. More »

Pigs roll in mud primarily in order to regulate their body temperature. This behavior is more commonly referred to as "wallowing." More »

Pigs cannot digest human or animal teeth. Human bones can be digested by a pig if they have broken into small enough pieces after being chewed. More »