I recently rehomed two boars and after having them a week they started showing aggressive tendencies toward each other and got into a few tussels. They are now separated, and I’ve been told it’s just because they don’t get along with each other, but not that they can’t get along with others!! The boar I’m rehoming is the more dominant one, and would work best if neutered and put in a herd with females or maybe even another male. I can get him neutered if that is an issue.
He’s super sweet & brave. After a few days he let me pet him and hand feed him. He loves to sniff my hand and wheeks when you bring him food!! He is so special and friendly and it breaks my heart to see him go, but I want to make sure he goes to a good home where he can thrive and be his best self.
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But I want THAT one!
Yes, that one is adorable and looks just like the one you must have for your very important reason or you will not be able to go on living. But, there are many more in your area that are just as wonderful. Perhaps they are not listed here, but they can be found. The piggy in need waiting for you near your own back yard might look a little different, but could melt your heart anyway!
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