Our first Adopt a Pet Spotlight subject is a chunky, cuddly pot bellied pig named Chumley! He has resided at Longmeadow Rescue Ranch since 2018 due to no fault of his own. The rescue staff have written an adorable bio about him I will post below.

“Chumley was purchased from a breeder as a piglet when he was just 2 months old. He was neutered as a piglet and lived in the same home until he was surrendered to Longmeadow. Chumley is a friendly and loving pig. He is very smart and eagerly waiting for someone to teach him some tricks. He doesn’t know how to walk on a harness but could quickly be taught. Of course, he is very food motivated. He also flops over for belly rubs. He came from a home with small and large dogs and got along with everyone. (although pigs should never be left alone with dogs)
Chumley’s previous owners told us that he is house trained and will ask to go outside. He is also crate trained. He also will allow you to trim his nails in exchange for belly rubs!
If you are looking for an indoor pig that would make an easy transition, Chumley is your guy! He has quickly become a staff favorite. He always greets visitors with a piggy smile.
Adoption fee 75
Before coming to adopt a mini pig please check the laws in your town and HOA to make sure they are allowed.
Adoptable animals can be seen by appointment only!”

If you are interested in more information about Chumley, feel free to get ahold of Longmeadow Rescue Ranch at (636) 583-8759
Ask for information about animal ID number A655951.

If you are interested in viewing other adoptable animals or want to look up adoption home requirements, visit Longmeadow’s website!

Until next time…

The Ag Wife

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