Dizzy and Loco
Two pot belly pigs available for adoption in Southampton
Breed: Pot Belly Mix
Age: 10 years
Size: Approx 180 kg
Health: They have recently been checked for worms and received the all clear. Loco has some arthritis in her front leg, for which she requires a daily dose of metacam. Arthritis is very common in older pigs and we would advise keeping an eye out for any signs of symptoms in her sister.
About Dizzy and Loco
These two sisters were rescued from slaughter as babies and have always lived together at a small charity premises, which is now having to downsize. They are a bit nervous around new people but very friendly once they get to know you. A very kind and patient, relatively quiet home would be ideal for these lovely ladies. As they are bit older they will need a nice warm shelter and access to some decent sized hard-standing areas to help them with their joints.
Although they are very similar in appearance you can tell them apart once you get to know them. Loco is slightly lighter in colour and has a straighter tail.
We’d love to find a new home close to their current location, but if you can offer them the perfect home further away we would still love to hear from you!
Their old home would love updates on them if their new home is willing.
Apply to Adopt
Please note, as well as a completed adoption application form we require several good quality photographs of the areas in which the pigs would live. You should include photographs that give a good idea of the size of the space available, the type and features of the terrain, all shelters that would be accessible by the pigs and the type of containment you will be using (stock-proof fencing, electrical fencing, walls etc.)
You can submit these photographs by emailing us directly at email@example.com
A member of our team will be in touch once we have received your completed form and photographs.
Please be aware that as a rescue and rehoming service we do not support the slaughter or breeding of animals. By submitting this form you confirm and agree that any animals within your care are kept as companion animals and are not/will not be used for the purpose of breeding or consumption, human or otherwise.