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Babygirl went through a second blowout this year but her hair isn't growing back like it did the first time?
I haven't changed anything with any of my piggies as far as their food..water..going outside which they don't go out as often due to it being cold..
When I got them 2 yrs ago they had to be treated for mange but its not that I do have other house is piggy proof also..
Any advice would be helpful..thank you

It's difficult to predict how a pig will blow her coat. They do it differently each time. Sometimes it takes a couple of weeks for new bristles to grow in.

You can try giving her a childrens multi-vitamin with vitamin E daily, and add a little coconut oil to her food.

If she stays really bald for a month or so, or starts to develop any sort of rash, piggy will need to see a veterinarian.

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Helen Morrison


Pot-bellied or other miniature pet pig care, including diet, housing, training, health care. Can provide information about zoning, adoption, supplies, and organizations. Questions about any kind of pet swine are welcome!


Owning, raising, and caring for small pet swine, including "Vietnamese" pot-bellied pigs since 1992.

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