In honor of National love your pet day, we have compiled a list of things to spoil your piggy.
A well mannered pig is a happy pig. Help your pig learn by making it fun. There are several methods you can use to accomplish this, but positive reinforcement is definitely one. http://www.petexpertise.com/dog-training-aids/treat-n-train-remote-dog-training.html
The "Bob-a-lot" treat dispenser can keep your pig occupied while promoting exercise at the same time. Put in some cheerios or even use this for feeding dry pellets. http://www.amazon.com/StarMark-Bob-A-Lot-Interactive-Pet-Large
Do you miss your pig sometimes and wish you could see and talk to him? Well here is a solution to that problem. Not only can you see and talk to your pig, you can also have a treat dispensed via wifi. http://www.amazon.com/PetChatz-HD-Greet-Treat-Videophone
Of course a belly rub is ok too....(and this costs nothing but your time)
Would your pig like to take a ride? Perhaps a bike ride? http://www.amazon.com/Aosom-Elite-Bike-Carrier-Trailer
Take a few minutes and sit down and watch a movie with your pig...
You don't need fancy toys or treat dispensing cameras to make your pig happy. You don't need a day to honor the commitment you made to your pig when you decided to add him to your family. The most important thing you can do is love your pig unconditionally, even when they aren't on their best behavior.
Our names are Brittany Sawyer and Nicole Cox and we are pig parents, pig advocates and also the authors of the "Dear Pig Whisperer" blog. Follow our blog that will feature topics to help you become the best pig parent you can be...along with some other fun things. We will also feature guest bloggers from time to time who want to share their life experience or knowledge with anyone who is interested in learning.
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