Frequently Asked Questions

Curious about Noble Mini Pigs? Find answers to all your questions here! Learn more about our business and mini pigs below.

Common Questions

Where are you located?

We are located in Almont, Michigan. We welcome visits by appointment to meet our adorable piglets and see where they are raised.

What size can I expect my Noble Mini Pig to be?

While we can’t guarantee an exact size, our parent pigs typically range from 14 to 15 inches tall. 

Can I visit my piglet?

Of course, we encourage visits to meet your piglet. Before we book any visits, you must have placed a reservation deposit. Visits are by appointment only.

When is my piglet ready to come home?

Your piglet will be ready to join their forever home when they are between 6 to 8 weeks old. We will keep you updated on your piglet’s progress and notify you when they are ready to make the transition.

How does payment for a piglet work?

After your $250 non-refundable reservation deposit, the remaining balance is due when you pick up your piglet. We accept various payment methods to make the process convenient for you. Please contact us for details on the available payment options and to discuss any specific arrangements.

How do I prepare for my piglet?

We will provide you with a lot of information on how to prepare for your new baby. This includes creating a piglet pen, gathering necessary supplies, understanding their diet and nutrition needs, and educating yourself on piglet care and behavior. We are here to support you every step of the way, ensuring a smooth transition for your new family member.

More Questions

Most frequent questions and answers

Yes, we offer PayPal Pay Later as a financing option. This allows you to finance the cost of your piglet over several months, making it easier to bring your new family member home without financial stress. Please contact us for more details if you’re interested in a payment plan through PayPal Pay Later.

Ownership laws for pigs vary by location. It is your responsibility to check local zoning regulations and ordinances to ensure owning a pig is legal in your area.

Mini pigs are healthy, hardy animals, and typically only need a vet in emergencies. This is why having a vet experienced with mini pigs is important.

Before adopting a mini pig, you should know they require a significant commitment, often living up to 15 years. Ensure that owning a pig is legal in your area by checking local zoning regulations. Mini pigs need a safe and secure environment, proper diet, and regular mental stimulation. Find a veterinarian experienced with pet pigs.

With the purchase of a Noble Mini Pig, you will receive:

  • Litter box trained piglet
  • Microchipped
  • Dewormed
  • Spayed or neutered
  • Health guarantee
  • Daily handling and socializing

Additionally, each piglet comes with a Piggy Packet that includes:

  • Information & care packet
  • Food and water dish
  • Harness
  • Registration papers
  • A bag of food mix
  • Comfort blanket

These inclusions ensure a smooth transition and provide everything you need to start caring for your new pet.

Yes, mini pigs are generally good with children and other pets. They are social animals that enjoy interaction and can form strong bonds with their human families. However, you should always supervise interactions between mini pigs and young children to ensure gentle handling. When introducing mini pigs to other pets, it should be done gradually and with care to ensure a positive relationship.

Mini pigs have minimal grooming needs. Except they require a hoof trim about once a year, and male pigs need their tusks trimmed every 1-2 years.

Yes, mini pigs can be trained similarly to dogs. They are intelligent animals that can learn commands, tricks, and house training. Pigs are very food motivated, so consistency, patience and Cheerios are key! Mini pigs can also be harness-trained to go on walks.

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