Micro Pigs: Not Just Livestock Anymore

Miniature swine, which can be trained like pets, could bring change to Rhode Island's laws.
3:00 | 03/19/14

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Pet lovers a word of warning because when you see them you're gonna want. Here come my critics. Warm cuddly -- take off. The state of Rhode Island just gave out its first licensed to breed and sell these little workers are safe. They're very much like dogs and cats -- to be trained to go for walks -- the litter box and can even do tricks. Michael -- Extremely affectionate. They love you they have had to say -- what they want you to you're on divided attention all the time it's tough. You can my dog attacked because of the so close TU. In so I got my complete. -- those interest did in getting a micro pigs do your homework make sure you can legally how one in your area and remember. They grow to be about forty pounds.

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