Adopt A Mini Pig
How to Purchase A Pig
How to Purchase A Pig
Thank you for your interest in purchasing a mini pet pig from Hogs and Kisses! Below you will find the steps involved in purchasing a mini piglet from us.
Make sure a Mini Pet Pig is the right pet for you! Do your research.
Thoroughly read through our website and that of https://americanminipigassociation.com/ Becoming aware of the needs of a pet mini pig is essential. We would love to arrange for you to visit us and meet one on one, see our mini pig parents and answer any questions you may have in person.
Check Your Local By-Laws
Not all municipalities permit ownership of mini pigs as household pets. If you find out they are not permitted in your municipality there are ways you can apply to ask for an amendment.
Complete and Submit an Application
Place a deposit and Sign our Adoption Agreement which we will email to you.
To secure a spot for a mini piglet on our waitlist, there will be a non-refundable $100 deposit. To secure a selected mini piglet, there will be an additional non-refundable deposit of $400. The selection of mini piglets will be in the order of deposits taken. The remainder of the payment must be made in full by the time the mini piglet is 7 weeks old. ONCE All PAYMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED! Deposits go towards the price of the mini piglet.
Watch your Mini Pig grow!
We keep our Facebook page and website up to date, so check in to see updates of your little one!
Hogs and Kisses will care for your mini piglet and prepare them for their new home. This will include having your mini piglet spayed or neutered, dewormed, litter box trained, and socialized. Mini Piglets will be ready for their new homes at approximately 8 weeks old. However, if need be we will retain a mini piglet for a longer time if we feel the mini piglet is not ready to leave our care yet.
Welcome Your Mini Piglet Home!
Arrange pickup of your Mini piglet. We do hope to meet you in person for pickups. Again, it is highly recommended that a meet and greet takes place, however, we do understand that this isn't always possible.
If you live further away in Canada we can send your pet mini piglet by plane via Air Canada or WestJet. The cost is generally $350 to ship your mini piglet anywhere in Canada. (NOTE! These prices are subject to change without notice).
Additionally, ground shipping may be available within Ontario and Quebec. The cost of ground shipment varies, but you can expect, $80 per100 km. Typically, ground deliveries are done by Hogs and Kisses!
Our minis are priced at $1250.00
• This INCLUDES SPAY/NEUTER*
• We understand that the cost may be higher than some other pets. A lot goes into breeding mini pigs. We spend a lot of time socializing and training all of our babies. Adopting from Hogs and Kisses will ensure that you receive a mini piglet that is sweet, loving and well socialized.
WHAT'S INCLUDED WITH YOUR MINI PIGLET
• SPAY/ NEUTER ( CERTIFICATE INCLUDED)
• FULL VET CHECK
• FIRST TWO ROUNDS OF DE-WORMING TREATMENTS
• BIRTH CERTIFICATE
• PRE-REGISTRATION WITH THE AMERICAN MINI PIG ASSOCIATION
• CARE PACKAGE INCLUDING- CUSTOM MADE PIG HARNESS, BLANKET, PIG TOY, STARTER BAG OF FOOD PELLETS & "OTHER GOODIES"!
• A YEAR HEALTH GUARANTEE
• A LIFETIME OF SUPPORT!
We cannot guarantee a mini piglet's size, color or eye color 100%. The very best we can do is estimate what the likely factors will be depending on parents. Genetics are complicated and every mini pig is different, just like us!
Mini Piglets are not available to be chosen until they are 2-3 weeks old. This allows us time to see how they're growing and assure good health. We will send you updated pictures of the mini piglets and you can decide based on the picture, or you may visit to make your decision on what mini piglet is right for you!
Although Mini Pigs seem like an expensive pet to invest in, they are a pet that you will have for a long time. They are very inexpensive to feed. They eat Hogs and Kisses mini pig food, which can be purchased from us, it is not expensive at all. They love snacking on fruits and veggies and even graze on grass. They rarely suffer from health issues, keeping vet bills to a minimum. So although the initial investment may be a bit more, you can rest assure the lifetime costs are typically minimal.