Guy Walks His Cow In To Local Petco On A Leash

This docile African Watusi steer named Oliver receives a very warm welcome at a Texas Petco store.                  Shelly Lumpkin  Facebook

This docile African Watusi steer named Oliver receives a very warm welcome at a Texas Petco store. Shelly Lumpkin Facebook

This docile African Watusi steer named Oliver receives a very warm welcome at a Texas Petco store.

Oliver the steer is a Texas-sized pet, but his huge horns didn't keep him out of Petco, video shows.

Thankfully no one had a cow with this courageous Texas man testing Petco's regulations.

Petco has a policy that states all leashed pets are welcome - and one rancher chose to test that policy. He even has his own Facebook page with over 22,000 followers.

They welcomed Oliver the African Watusi with open arms. They weigh an impressive 1,000 to 1,600 pounds (454 to 726 kilograms). He wrote, "The awesome crew at Petco-Atascocita did not disappoint!"

The Ankole-Watusi breed of cattle is characterized by its strikingly large horns.

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The staff members were reportedly "super friendly and courteous".

According to Browning's Facebook post, the staff "welcomed Oliver with open arms".

And Oliver isn't the only unique critter to pay a visit to Petco.

The Petco store, located about 25 miles north of Houston, responded to Browning's challenge on Facebook saying, "We mean it when we say ALL leashed pets are welcome in our stores".

Good to know Petco doesn't have a beef with leashed farm animals stopping by.

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