Grazin Pig Acres
Animal rescue and sanctuary in Ramona, CA
Rescue farm a haven for potbellied pigs
The San Diego Union Tribune highlights the amazing work at Grazin Pig Acres.
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Local Dentist Finds ‘Trouble’ on His Bucket List
Nancy and Martin Koontz enlisted the help of a local dentist when it came time to have some teeth cleaning done on one of their pets. The dentist, Todd Brilliant, was more than happy to lend a hand. Read the full story in the Ramona Home Journal.
Pet porkers pack rescues as trendy teacup pigs fatten up
The craze for tiny pet pigs started decades ago and gets reignited every few years. Once they grow too big to handle, people give them up.
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The pigs live in small communities sharing a house with up to 8 friends so that everyone has plently of social interactions.
The pigs get out twice a day for an hour to graze and interact with other groups.
We had no idea that our first pig was going to lead to all this
Slowly, the population of Grazin’ Pig Acres grew
By Siobhan Braun, March 9, 2016
For a Ramona couple, it's all about the pigs
CBS 8 Special on Grazin Pig Acres
They say they never intended it to happen, but Ramona couple Martin and Nancy Koontz have become the pied pipers of pigs.
CBS News 8's Jeff Zevely paid a visit to "Grazin' Pig Acres."
"As a person who loves animals and thinks pigs are incredibly adorable, I was very excited to learn about this pot-belly pig rescue in San Diego. This is an incredibly heartwarming place to visit that is filled with love and kindness." Read More