The reality star and her son take their pygmy pal for a stroll

It’s not every day that you see a goat on a leash in Los Angeles, but for Tori Spelling, walking her pet goat on a leash is an everyday occurrence. The reality starlet adopted the animal last year, and on Thursday Spelling took it for a walk with her 3 1/2-year-old son, Liam, by her side.

On her Oxygen reality show, Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood, Spelling talked about her goat, a pygmy, who sleeps on the family bed. “Goats are really good pets,” she said. “She literally goes out the doggie door now with the dogs. She’s pee-pee trained; she goes outside and pee-pees.”

According to Spelling’s husband, Dean McDermott, though, the goat does do its other business indoors. “She’s not number two-trained,” he added, explaining that those messes are easy to clean up, although “stinky.” Too much information?

For her part, Spelling thinks she can still keep a goat in the house and “be chic.” And her farm collection doesn’t stop there: the family, which includes daughter Stella, 2 1/2, also owns a chicken named Coco, a corn snake, a bearded dragon, several guinea pigs and of course, dogs. Who says a Bel Air babe can’t commune with some barnyard animals now and then?