The Kunini (type B) pigs are small short bodied resembling a miniature version of a smaller Kunekune.
Kunini (type B) are easy to handle for first time pig owners. They do not tend to root as much as other breeds. Extremely easy to train due to their advanced intelligence.
General appearance: The Kunini (type B) pig a short legged, short bodied, dumpy build, short upturned/dished snout.
Height 15-17 inches.
Head: The Kunini (type B) pig face should be broad and dished, a short to medium snout. Teeth suitable for grazing. The ears should be pricked or flopped, inclined forward. The vision should be unobstructed, (except by forward inclined ears).
Body: The shoulders of the Kunini (type B) pig should be level and in proportion, chest moderately wide between the legs, and well-rounded hams. The back should be strong, level or slightly arched.
Legs: The Kunini (type B) pig legs should be straight and well set apart. Pasterns short and springy. The ability to walk well with a good straight action. Feet should be strong, closed and even, bearing in mind the age and size of the Kunini.
Tail: The Kunini (type B)pig tail coils. It is never straight.. A natural tail, set high.
Color: The coat may be any color or texture.
Size: The overall weight of the pig should be such that it is comfortable and able to run. Kunini are generally 15" – 17’’ tall. The Kunini are smaller than the Vietnamese Pot Bellied Pig, Juliana and Kunekune.
Sexual Characteristics: A sow should have at least 10 evenly spaced teats. A boar should exhibit masculine characteristics and 10 evenly spaced teats.
Temperament: Placid Nature.
Wattles: Preferably two, well-formed and well attached. One or none are permissible.
The standards set above are for outdoor breeding stock. It does not apply to pigs raised indoors. Indoor pet pigs tend to be over fed and do not get adequate exercise.