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|Rescue Me ID: 15-03-03-00184Nigerian Dwarf Goat (male)|
Adorable Nigerian Dwarf Goats. Born February 1, 2015. They should be ready for adoption at the end of March. We will be happy, if so choose, to have the goat disbudded and vaccinated for an additional $75.
Armstrong County Kittanning, PA MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-01-06-00454Goat (male)|
Marvin is an energetic and mostly lovable 2 year old Nubian Mix goat. He has been loved as a pet since he was 6 months old. He has recently started to show aggression toward me (owner) and occassionally to his pygmy goat companion. I believe he needs to be on a larger farm with a large herd or more livestock to interact with. He can be sweet and as good of a companion as a dog but when he has attitude days, I can no longer control him. He needs to be with more animals. Please let me know if you have room in your herd for this amzing funny sociable treasure. Putting him down is not something I want to consider.
Fayette County McClellandtown, PA MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-10-29-00233Potbellied Pig (female)|
Truffle is a 4 year old Potbellied Pig. She is fully grown at 140lbs. She does some tricks, sits, turns in circles and will shake her head yes, for treats. We feed her Mazuri Adult Potbellied Pig food, 1/3cup three times a day in 1 -1 1/4 cups water. She does not typically drink from a water dish so this is the only way we can get her to drink water. We also will give her vegetable and fruit scraps. We are looking to rehome her because she is very territorial of her own space. She is an indoor pig and our home is not big enough for her to have her own room, which would be ideal. We are expecting our first child and are concerned with how she will react with a small infant. She has not been around other animals so we are unsure as to how she will react. Pigs ARE NOT good with dogs! Dogs are natural predators to pigs so this would not be a good mix. Truffle is litter box trained. In the warm summer months she prefers to be outside as much as possible and will go to the bathroom outside. During the cold winters and rainy days, she will use her litter box, since she does not like cold or being wet. If you are interested you must understand that pigs are not like dogs! They are their own animal, please do your research before inquiring. Pigs CANNOT go up and down stairs because they are prone to arthritis in their leg joints. We have accommodated this for her by building her a ramp that she uses to get outside. We are hoping to rehome her soon and hopefully before the end of January. If you are interested in adopting Truffle she is also posted on pigplacementnetwork.org. Please fill out the adoption application on this site or contact me by email. (Less)
Allegheny County Pittsburgh, PA MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Farm Animal in Pennsylvania|
Farm Animals can make good pets in Pennsylvania 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.
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