• Donate

    Aug 26th, 2015

    Arizona Llama Rescue is extremely lucky to have the support of our volunteers in taking proper care of these beautiful animals. Your financial donation helps these llamas more than words can express by providing them with needed care. Ariz...

  • AJ

    Aug 26th, 2015

      AJ will win your heart immediately!    He, and his sister Nell, have been members of our foster family for several years.  They must be adopted together, because a few years ago, they were both attacked by a pack of domesti...

  • Dora

    Aug 26th, 2015

      Dora was added to our foster family in April 2014 from Eagar, AZ.    She had been rescued three years previously by a family in the community struggling to afford proper feed for her; therefore, she doesn't miss a meal and ...

  • Minga

    Aug 26th, 2015

      Minga joined our foster family in October 2013.    She was rescued by a local family following the White Mountains fires in June 2011, so we're guessing she is born around 2006.    She's very tall and ...

  • Lilly

    Aug 26th, 2015

      Lilly is Emma's mother and is extremely curious and approachable.  But because her daughter Emma is a shy llama that stays close to her at all times; they will need to be adopted together.    She and her daug...

  • Emma

    Aug 26th, 2015

      Emma is Lilly's daughter and is a shy llama that stays close to her mother at all times; so, will need to be adopted with Lilly.  She and her mother were surrendered to our organization in December 2013 from a Chino Valley home - ...

  • Imogene

    Aug 26th, 2015

      Sometimes a llama joins our foster family with a mysterious history.    Imogene is one of the prettiest and oldest girls available for adoption, but was obviously mishandled sometime during her past.    She...

  • Whitney

    Aug 26th, 2015

      Whitney is a strongly independent lady; tall with an elegant attitude.    She integrates easily into any herd and quickly takes charge.    She loves carrots and broccoli as treats.    Whitney can be ...

  • Curly Sue

    Aug 26th, 2015

      Another one of our senior girls; Curly Sue does not show her age.     She stands tall with her banana ears, is very active and will follow you anywhere for a treat of carrots, broccoli or sweet feed.    Cur...

  • Nell

    Aug 26th, 2015

      Nell is easy to halter and lead for slow short walks with her brother A.J.    They must be adopted together, because a few years ago, they were both attacked by a pack of dogs; and therefore, have a bond that is very special.&nb...

  • Dixon

    Aug 26th, 2015

        Dixon is a llama in training and not yet ready for adoption, but we want to showcase him for someone willing to be patient for what we believe will be a great companion llama - tall, beautiful, gentle, proud and curious.  &nbs...

  • Valley Fever in Camelids

    Aug 26th, 2015

    What is Valley Fever and how does a camelid contract it? Valley Fever is a disease primarily found in the lungs and is medically referred to as coccidioidomycosis. It's caused by a fungus Coccidioides sp., and its fungal spores are typically dormant...

  • Heat Stress in Camelids

    Aug 26th, 2015

    Heat stress (hyperthermia) is a big concern in Arizona, most especially in Phoenix's Valley of the Sun. Before I discuss how heat stress is treated, I'd like to address some of the ways to prevent heat stress. Preventing Heat Stress First and forem...

  • Aberrant Behavior Syndrome

    Aug 26th, 2015

    Aberrant Behavior Syndrome (ABS), also commonly referred to as berserk llama syndrome or berserk male syndrome (as it is more pronounced in males) is a psychological condition suffered by human-raised llamas that can cause them to exhibit dangerously...

  • FAQs

    Aug 26th, 2015

    What do llamas eat? Llamas eat grass hay, approximately five pounds a day. A blend of Timothy and Orchard grass is highly recommended. Alfalfa is too high in protein. Bermuda is too low in protein. Obtaining hay from out of the state of Arizona, us...

  • Contact Arizona Llama Rescue

    Aug 26th, 2015

      Feel free to contact us regarding questions, give us suggestions, or to just say hello! Arizona Llama Rescue 4687 Hay Hollow Road Snowflake, AZ 85937 Phone: (602) 339-2485 Email: rescuewrangler@gmail.com    Our Fr...

  • Why Adopt A Llama?

    Aug 26th, 2015

      Llamas are popular companion animals in Arizona for a variety of reasons. Have a lot of stress in your life?  A llama is the perfect therapist! Due to their quiet persona and zen-like nature, just being around a llama is enough to erase...

  • About Us

    Aug 25th, 2015

      Arizona Llama Rescue, Inc. was founded in 2007 by a group of llama owners with years of experience in raising, showing, training and breeding llamas.  We are a group of dedicated volunteers, focused on the need...