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I had a friend with an indoor pot-bellied pig named "Porkchop." Incredibly intelligent, loving, social, clean animal. She only did her business in one part of the yard, and was actually shy about anybody watching her while she did it. The only complaint my friend had was that she had held Porkchop all the time when she was a piglet; once full-grown, she still wanted to be a lap-pig. I don't know anything about how big the pigs get, if it's proportional to how much you feed them or if it's in their genetic code, but Porkchop was over 100lbs and would accidentally leave hoof-shaped bruises on her tummy!

Eta: if you are looking into a pig, make sure you find out your city codes...some places still think pet pot-bellied pigs are livestock...
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