Mini pig lovers, love PigGear. I am a Mommy to a wonderful mini pig named Ernest. He has been part of our family for several years now but he is still our baby, which means I spoil him rotten.
Recently I stumbled upon this amazing small business that truly is a one women show. Brenda Dupler is an Owner/Designer/Seamstress of PigGear. PigGear is a website where you can go to spoil your pet. Handmade Harnesses, Blankets, Cover-Ups, Jewelry and more. Along with tons of links, blogs, and information on training and caring for your pet.
Over the years I have bought several harnesses for Ernie but they would slip off or dig into the skin under his arms, basically they never fit right. And it was always a fight to get him into them. With PigGear I was able to get a customized leash and harness that was made for him, not for a dog. Made with layers of soft flannel the harness is strong but doesn’t cut into him like the nylon did.
And through PigGear I was able to find an amazing instructional video on how to harness train your pig. When I first saw the video I didn’t believe it could be that easy. But it only took 15 minutes of training and Ernie was running around in his new harness with out a care in the world. He has even been taking naps with it on.
I enjoy shopping small business. Finding someone who is skilled in there trade and who take’s pride and enjoys what they do. So if you or someone you know has or plans on having a mini pig, PigGear is where its at.
Disclosure ~ Today’s Work at Home Mom received products to facilitate a review. All opinions and thoughts on these products are 100% ours.