Location: Nilgen, WA
Bella and Dana are much loved companion animals. Bella was purchased as a piglet, and later she was joined by Dana who was a rescue pet. The girls have been with their current owners for years, and this is a reluctant rehome. But unfortunately their owners are experiencing ongoing health problems within the family, and sadly need to rehome their dear girls.
They are both friendly pigs and enjoy human interaction, especially a good tummy rub! Both girls are comfortable around other animals, they have mingled with cattle, chickens, cats and dogs.
Bella and Dana will be vaccinated and wormed before handover to their new family and an adoption fee of $50 each applies.
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NAME: Bella & Dana
AGE: 6 years
WEIGHT: 150 kg (approx.)
TEMPERAMENT: Both are friendly and enjoy human interaction.
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: They are to be rehomed together. Pigs are intelligent animals and need adequate fencing.
ADOPTION FEE: $50 each
We hope you can help us to rehome these lovely pigs .. please fill in the form via the “APPLY HERE” button below if you would like to know more, or offer to adopt.
Special thanks to Rebecca Wiltshire at ShutterPaws for the stunning photos below.
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