The teacup pig behaves like dogs and finds his family!

It is often seen that animals try to behave like each other and cherish their company so much that they practically live together. But this is the case between the dogs and the cats. The amazing story this time is about a teacup pet which grew so fond of another dog that he practically started behaving like him.

This is the story of Dexter, a teacup pig who as a baby had lost his home and was badly in need of a family. Dexter was adopted by a family who thought that Dexter being a teacup pig would remain super small and cute all the time. And thus they adopted him and started living together. However with time Dexter grew bigger and bigger! Teacup pigs are known to grow about 65 pounds which became impossible for the family to handle. Hence they left Dexter to a foster home.

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This is the story of Dexter, a teacup pig. © youtube screenshot

While in the foster home, Dexter spent most of his time around the 3 pets there, the dogs named Houston, Diesel and Moose. This foster home had a mom and these three pets around to play all the while. While the mom kept looking for families who could adopt the pig for their house, Dexter got comfortable in the home and mixed up with the dogs really well. the beauty here seen was how Dexter would constantly try to behave like the other dogs and even take out sounds like them.

Dexter would constantly try to behave like the other dogs
Dexter would constantly try to behave like the other dogs. © youtube screenshots

Dexter grew closer to Moose and spent most of his time around playing with him. They ran errands and played in fields like never before. The foster home mom was able to see everything and was convinced that Dexter belonged nowhere but here. So she dropped the plan of finding a family for Dexter and adopted the pig herself. Now the family lives together happily!

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