What kind of pig is a Juliana pig?

The Juliana Pig is a small colorful pig originating in Europe through selective breeding of various kinds of pigs. The Juliana Pig, also known as the Miniature Painted Pig, is small, spotted, and conformationally sound. It should not exhibit a pronounced pot belly or sway back, should have a long snout, and be slight in frame.

When do you have to pay for a Juliana pig?

Your first payment will be due at the time of piglet pick-up All piglets can be double registered with The Juliana Pig Association and The American Miniature Pig Association.

When do Juliana pigs get their teeth clipped?

All pigs usually get their needle sharp teeth clipped moments or hours after birth. The sharp teeth get replaced by normal teeth afterwards. Like most domesticated pigs, Juliana pigs are known to be friendly, smart, energetic, social, gentle and fun to have around.

Where did the teacup Juliana pig come from?

This breed of miniature pigs trace their ancestry all the way back to Europe, where they selectively breed mini sized pigs to optimize their smaller size, temperament and intelligence. Over time Juliana pigs were imported to the U.S. and soon became popular as pets!

What’s the life expectancy of a Juliana pig?

The Juliana pig’s average life expectancy is 15 years up to 20 years. Although the popular pet breed “mini pigs” which includes the Juliana breed are said to have shorter lifespan due to their complicated and selective breeding, many pig owners claim their pets lived up to 15 years and more.

How much does a mini Juliana baby pig cost?

$1900.00 Includes neutering, vet checks, worming, care instructions, harness, vet health certificate, blanket, measuring cup for food, starter box of food and life time support on care and training! This gorgeous tiny little guy has the sweetest eyes.