I just got a pair of pigs last friday, mother and daughter whom I called
Bubble and Squeak respectively. I was assured by the pet store person that
they were both female (you know where this is going...) turns out Squeak is
SON of Bubble, and is VERY interested in his mom. I am now looking for vets
in my area (capital district, NY) and for pig owners who might know about
neutering (i.e. cost, problems, benefits etc.). Is it more complicated to
fix a female than a male as it is in dogs and cats? Is it worth it to fix
one of them? I have the option of returning squeak to the store and trading
him in for a female but I've grown quite attached to the little guy. He is
still little, pet store said about a month, I don't know how old Bubble is,
I'm guessing less than a year.
So, can anyone help me out?