Brandi and her two siblings, Isaac and Erica, were rescued from a terrible neglect case along with dozens of other animals in upstate New York. These three adolescent pigs were found confined in a concrete paddock without grass, shade, or water. More than fifty animals were found dead on arrival. The surviving farmed animals suffered from the effects of long-term malnutrition, hoof and dental problems, sunburn injuries, and parasites while being housed in improper, unhygienic and dangerous pens. Due to debris, large amounts of waste material, lack of shelter and potable water. Fortunately, the three survived and are able to live out their lives as a family at PEAK. We welcomed them to PEAK in November 2013. Their breed is Gloucestershire Old Spots—known for their docility and intelligence.

Brandi, second pig in charge under Isaac, is the most reserved of the three siblings.  While she is the most quiet of all the pigs, her grunt is the deepest! She loves human interaction and will do a big flop for a belly rub!