Teacup pigs also known as miniature pigs, communicate with each other through their body language and vocal communications such that they have difficult social structures and communications. As their behavior and communication are difficult to understand, we focus more on their vocal and body cues. Their languages can be in form of grunting, squealing, barking, huffing, and screaming in which they communicate with each other through these vocalizations to express their feelings. The vocalizations that made by these miniature pigs could vary from high to low pitch. High pitched vocalizations are related to stress and low-pitched vocalizations are related to comfort sign. When these pigs are in stress and not in a happy state, it starts screeching and when they are happy, they grunt and feel relaxed.
Miniature pigs are a variety of victims, such that the dogs are their natural predators and these pigs have intuitive fear from them. So, in all, the owner should be aware of the relationship between teacup pigs and dogs. These pigs do not like to walk in a particular pattern and on a highly polished surface because they feel that they are going into a void. The uncared pigs also lose their tracks easily resulting in misbalancing such that they can have fractures, sprains or muscular imbalances. They do not like to like walk even on a misbalance surface such as on a board or a swinging bridge.
On a whole, teacup pigs are vocal; they have different vocalizations of a happy state and a stressful state. Each vocalization has a different meaning of their feeling. These pigs create bubblers or foam at the mouth usually when the food is revealed or when it’s their eating time. This not negative because it is a normal thing which almost pigs do. This foam is also generated when they have to scare some other animals. Foaming is a normal and conditional thing. Your pig can show different behavior when it encounters with a stranger or it can show a guarded or cautious behavior when a stranger comes, so do no force a pig build a relationship with a stranger till they become comfortable.
Young children should be kept away from the pigs because these pigs have very spontaneous actions which are the normal behavior of their routine. They can easily snap a child and make them feel fearful. This does not mean that the pigs are rude but it is normal behavior but which can result in injury for the children. The untrained pigs can be quite aggressive and defensive around their meal. The pigs should have a good mental and physical health, which can be achieved by a well-balanced diet with a nutritional balance. If someone tries to remove the food of pigs, this can be a dangerous task and this may cause a pig unhappy, as result the pig screeches and grunts. We should do not feed them through hand when they are in the aggression as this can be dangerous. They can be trained properly to behave nicely at home or with outsiders.

Teacup pig’s behavior and communication