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Rescue Me ID: 17-09-20-00261Potbelly Pig (male)

Farm Animal    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Animals 
Personality: Low Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Neutered 

    This is Stinkers . I have had him for about 2 1/2 years . He is scared of new people so it make take some time to earm up to a new owner . He stays inside but loves being outside during the day . He has been around dogs and gas never hurt any of them but he isn't a fan of them trying to play . He loves belly rubs . I hate the fact that I have to get rid of him but I know it is best for him . He is my big baby .

     Animal Location:

Marion County Indianapolis, IN MAP IT!

Contact:
Tori Judkins 3176530858

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Rescue Me ID: 17-09-06-00330PIG (male)

Farm Animal    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Animals 
Personality: Low Energy, Submissive 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    I am looking to rehome our beloved family pig Eugene. Due to a divorce and moving we are not able to keep Eugene. Eugene is a pink male 'pot bellie' pig 4yrs old. He is neutered and friendly. He is free range and stays in the yard. He sleeps in a pen in the attached garage with a large doggie door to come and go as he pleases. Eugene is approx 100lbs. We also have 2 other medium/large breed dogs that Eugene gets along fine with. Please let me know if you can help find Eugene a loving home.

 Adoption Fee: $ FREE Animal Location:

1967
Madison County Pendleton, IN MAP IT!

Contact:
3174209007

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Farm Animal in Indiana
    Farm Animals can make good pets in Indiana if they match your IifestyIe. Farm animals such as sheep, goats, and pigs are useful additions to working farms. For example, sheep can provide people with milk for cheese and other dietary staples, as well as wool for clothing. Dairy goats are so hardy and such valuable sources of food that providing one for a family living in extreme poverty (through an organization such as Heifer International) can completely alter the existence of that family. Farm animals provide manure for fertilizer to grow healthy vegetables. The sale of dairy, wool, and offspring of farm animals can be a major source of income. Many people think farm animals are cute and picturesque and would like to own one or more. However, caring for these animals is very labor intensive, and unless these animals are part of a working farm, they can become the victims of abuse or neglect.

    Potbellied pigs are an excellent example. Potbellied pigs became popular as house pets in the nineties. However, pigs can weigh over 130 pounds and are not as easy to care for as other household pets. Pigs need to be outside to satisfy their natural instincts to rut. Sadly, many owners of potbellied pigs are not ready for the commitment and challenges of having a pig for a pet, leaving many animals in need of adoption.

Rescue Me! - HeIpingAnimaIs in Need.
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lnteresting Farm Animal Trivia Low-Cost Indiana Spay & Neuter Clinics
    Farm animals are useful sources of fertilizer, food, and clothing. One dairy goat can provide about a ton of milk and two to three kids annually. Sheep cheese, though uncommon in the U.S., is tasty and very popular in other parts of the world. Goat milk, unlike cow milk, contains all of the essential amino acids, making it the only regular source of complete protein for countless traditionally vegetarian populations all over the world. Goat dairy products are easier to digest than cow milk, and may even help to prevent some types of gastrointestinal problems.

Related pages:

Farm Animal Rescue

Indiana Animal Rescue
(Sorted by Zip Code.)

Hamilton County - Noblesville, IN 46060
Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic 317-706-0537

Morgan County - Martinsville, Indiana 46151
Humane Society of Morgan County 317-349-9177

Marion County - Indianapolis, IN 46201
Spay/Neuter Assistance Program 219-427-5508

Marion County - Indianapolis 46201
FACE Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic 317-638-3223

Marion County - Indianapolis 46205
Spay-Neuter Services of Indiana, Inc 317-788-6330

Marion County - Indianapolis, IN 46268
Humane Society of Indianapolis 317-872-5650

Dearborn County - Aurora, Indiana 47001
Friends of Animals (Dearborn County) 812-537-0046

Greene County - Linton, IN 47441
Greene County Humane Society 877-842-6899

Vanderburgh County - Evansville 47710
Vanderburgh Humane Society 812-426-2563

Vigo County - Terre Haute, IN 47803
Spay-Neuter League, Inc 812-235-6465

Clay County - Brazil 47834
Clay County Humane Society 812-446-5126

If you find any of the above spay/neuter information is incorrect,
or if you know another low-cost clinic to recommend, please
call Rescue Me! at 1-800-800-2099 with this information.
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