Smart Pig Trained Like A Dog | The Dodo





Smart Pig Trained Like A Dog | The Dodo


Seeing that pig run around made me Hungry.
No they're not. The ugly. And they're not intelligent. The smartest animal is still stupid. Only humans are intelligent. Rolling a ball and ringing a bell does not make you intelligent. Reading a book doing math and driving a car let's see a pig try that
Bacon for dinner 😂
In case you need another reason to be vegan, pigs are beautiful and sensitive and have the intellectual ability of a small human child.
Pigs meat is extremly unhealthy to eat, pigs should be treated like dogs and cats
Bacon
Pigs are actually smarter than dogs! And they are very delicious! I love 'em
People underestimate the intelligence of a pig and how much they love to move physically. I love stories that show how sweet and smart they are. I dont eat any pig products because I love them so much. They are the most mistreated animals for their meat. Its despicable.
I love pigs !
Awe look at her tail wag like a dogs. Amazing. 👍❤
One of my favorite videos ever!💖
Pigs are so smart. Yes' more please
Pigs are actually more intelligent than dogs!! It's awful that so many people eat these wonderful creatures. Pigs deserve loving parents like these; they shouldn't spend their lives locked up in a tiny cage, being tortured everyday and then eventually killed. #GoVegan
yum
I got so excited when I saw the Irish Setters! What a lucky pig👍🐶
its adorable, and all animals need love like her but....
Sorry, i cant give up meat, KFC chickens are just too good. IM SORRY OK? BUT I AINT GUNNA BEE A VEGETERIAN
This animal has more inteligence than the mulllahs in Iran.
love that Amy so awesome
We all now someone had to do this but
WHAT BREED OF DOG IS THAT
I hope she never gets eaten


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The word agriculture is a late Middle English adaptation of Latin agricultūra, from ager, "field", and cultūra, "cultivation" or "growing".