Yes, you read that correctly: a pet cow! A fluffy tiny cow, not just any cow! The majority of miniature cows are 36 to 42 inches tall, which is about the same height as a large dog. Imagine a dog-sized cow strolling the streets — lovely, yes, and not creepy.
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Yes, you read that correctly: a pet cow! A fluffy tiny cow, not just any cow!
LovableLittleOnes.com raises a variety of mini cows that "make fantastic pets" and are fun for the whole family to have around.
The majority of miniature cows are 36 to 42 inches tall, which is about the same height as a large dog.
Imagine a dog-sized cow strolling the streets — lovely, yes, and not creepy.
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A grey colored mini fluffy cow standing on a land
A pet mini cow is a terrific way to teach youngsters responsibility because they are so easy to care for. Their size makes it easy and safe for anyone to look after them, whether you're assigning responsibilities like cleaning out or shampooing their fur. Lovable Little Ones, based in Eastern Colorado, raises and trains calves to be great companions. They're halter-trained, have been socialized with both adults and children, and are, of course, sweet and lovely. They appear to have a lot of affection for one another and are also quite gregarious.
A brown colored and horned mini fluffy cow eating grass in the meadows
Highland, Hereford, Angus, Dexter, White Park, Lowline, and other tiny cow breeds can be found there. Each breed has its own personality and set of advantages and disadvantages. A pet steer (neutered male) costs $1,500, while a heifer (female who hasn't given birth to any calves) costs between $2,000 and $10,000.
A person, wearing a black jacket, holding a brown colored mini fluffy cow
On their website, Lovable Little Ones claims to be "constantly striving to breed wonderful mini cows that make the perfect pet for any age range"
"We currently raise pet quality miniature and micro-miniature cows on our miniature cow farm in Eastern Colorado." We take pride in working with and training our calves to become great companions at Lovable Little OnesTM. Our calves are halter-trained, have been socialized with adults and children, and are, of course, lovable. Our ambition is to become one of the greatest tiny cattle breeders in the United States, producing the highest quality miniature cattle with endearing dispositions and engaging personalities."
I've been looking for a friend for my puppy, and I think I've found one. These little cows are quite friendly. They enjoy playing and bonding with other animals. That FLUFF makes me want to snuggle up with one!! I need one right now.