Juliana pigs are also referred to as "Painted Mini" or "Mixed Breed". Some debate they're not a real breed to begin with, but this claim is not true! Juliana pigs are 100% registered breed in the U.S. The Juliana pig is a cross mix between several different breeds of smaller sized pigs. This breed of miniature pigs trace their ancestry all the way back to Europe, where they selectively breed mini sized pigs to optimize their smaller size, temperament, and intelligence. Over time Juliana pigs were imported to the U.S and soon became popular as pets! Purebred Juliana piglets have very recognizable physical traits such as small to medium ears, short snout, hair, and tail. Juliana pigs have a variety of colorfully spots and shades. They're typically a mix of colors. (Gray/silver/white/black/pink). They have a very sweet gentle deposition and love to play! On average their height is between 12-15 inches and they typically weight 40lbs or less. Also, the length of a Juliana pig will be between 18- 22 inches full grown.
Check it out!!! We’ve made a quick list of ways to enhance you and your pig's life together. These bonding tips are the best way to strengthen your relationship with your new teacup piglet. Why is Bonding with Your Teacup Piggy Important? Piglets are naturally shy, so it is key to build trust with them. In nature they are prey, so it takes time for them to adjust and warm up to their new environment and caretaker. Things You Can Do to Bond with Your Piglet Did you know pigs a