Amy, this little piggy, goes to an obedience class at Family Dog Training Center in Kent twice a week, where she has learned to sit. (Alan Berner/The Seattle Times) Amy, this little piggy, goes to an obedience class at Family Dog Training Center in Kent twice a week, where she has learned to sit. (Alan Berner/The Seattle Times)

Amy quickly mastered the teeter-totter on the agility course, something pigs would not normally do. (Alan Berner/The Seattle Times) Amy quickly mastered the teeter-totter on the agility course, something pigs would not normally do. (Alan Berner/The Seattle Times)

Amy, the miniature pig, has learned to sit just like a dog in obedience class. It’s not a skill pigs normally have. (Alan Berner/The Seattle Times) Amy, the miniature pig, has learned to sit just like a dog in obedience class.

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KENT, WA --

There are few more "snorts" at a dog training class.

Amy the pig has joined the class at the Family Dog Training Center near Seattle. The dog barking has turned to stares and confusion as the corgis, collies, and labs gaze with interest.

"The first time she saw and heard Amy, she kind of looked at me, and looked back at Amy like, what kind of dog is that?" dog owner Paula Kurtz told ABC affiliate KOMO-TV.

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KENT, WA --

There are few more "snorts" at a dog training class.

Amy the pig has joined the class at the Family Dog Training Center near Seattle. The dog barking has turned to stares and confusion as the corgis, collies, and labs gaze with interest.

"The first time she saw and heard Amy, she kind of looked at me, and looked back at Amy like, what kind of dog is that?" dog owner Paula Kurtz told ABC affiliate KOMO-TV.

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KENT, WA --

There are few more "snorts" at a dog training class.

Amy the pig has joined the class at the Family Dog Training Center near Seattle. The dog barking has turned to stares and confusion as the corgis, collies, and labs gaze with interest.

"The first time she saw and heard Amy, she kind of looked at me, and looked back at Amy like, what kind of dog is that?" dog owner Paula Kurtz told ABC affiliate KOMO-TV.

Read the full post here

KENT, WA --

There are few more "snorts" at a dog training class.

Amy the pig has joined the class at the Family Dog Training Center near Seattle. The dog barking has turned to stares and confusion as the corgis, collies, and labs gaze with interest.

"The first time she saw and heard Amy, she kind of looked at me, and looked back at Amy like, what kind of dog is that?" dog owner Paula Kurtz told ABC affiliate KOMO-TV.

Read the full post here

KENT, WA --

There are few more "snorts" at a dog training class.

Amy the pig has joined the class at the Family Dog Training Center near Seattle. The dog barking has turned to stares and confusion as the corgis, collies, and labs gaze with interest.

"The first time she saw and heard Amy, she kind of looked at me, and looked back at Amy like, what kind of dog is that?" dog owner Paula Kurtz told ABC affiliate KOMO-TV.

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KENT, Wash. -- A dog training class in Kent, Wash., has a special participant that is turning a lot of heads. Class leaders said there has never been a student quite like Amy the pig.

There are corgis and collies and labs on leashes inside the Family Dog Training Center, but visitors will sometimes hear a snort amid all the barking.

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