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Potbellied Pig Behavior and Training: A Complete Guide for Solving Behavioral Problems in Vietnamese Potbellied Pigs, Revised Edition Paperback – July 1, 2011
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PETS / PSYCHOLOGY. Learn the common-sense approach to enjoy your potbellied pig from an expert trainer who has owned numerous Potbellied Pig Trick Campions of the World and has appeared on national TV countless times. Find out how to choose the right pig, train your pig to obey and how to discipline it, follow the Pig Programming philosophy, use the Ten-Step Program for behavior, and solve pig problems from A to Z. Includes 64 color photos, 21 black/white photos, an index, and an animated cartoon pig on the page corners with page-flipping.
About the Author
Priscilla Valentine has a Bachelor's Degree in English/Psychology and has been involved in training pigs for 30 years. Her pigs are NCOPP Permanent Champions in obedience and she and her husband live with 5 "house pigs". In addition, she has appeared on TV and in newspapers countless times with "Valentine's Performing Pigs." (Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and Oprah) She also lectures on pig care and behavior, and rescues homeless potbellied pigs. She contributes money from selling her book to pig rescues and sanctuaries.
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If you want to see some of the ticks I've taught my pig (and some of his piggy outtakes) check out my YouTube channel. Sherman is quite the ham, and I was glad I bought the book. We're better friends for it now.
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I definitely refer to it as things come up as well. I just hope my mini-pig doesn't get as big as hers do, with all the treats/rewards for learning how to do so many things. I guess that's were belly rub rewards come in. :-)