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AZLR is as much about education as rescue. The mission statement of AZ Llama Rescue is to:

  • Educate the public and prospective llama/alpaca owners on the traits and training of llamas and alpacas in the State of Arizona.
  • Mentor owners on the care (shearing, toenail trimming, etc.) of llamas and alpacas in the State of Arizona.
  • To rescue and rehome unwanted llamas and alpacas within the State of Arizona.

Arizona Llama Rescue, Inc received exemption from Federal Income Tax under section 501(c) (3) in 2007. Donations, which are the primary source of funding, are tax deductable.

Contact AZLR

Please feel free to contact us with any questions about our organization. We’re happy to provide you with more information about surrendering, adopting, or fostering a llama.

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  1. August 19, 2010


    My name is Jessica. I am contacting you on behalf of the Gilcrease Nature Sanctuary Board of Directors. We have a male llama here that we are trying to find a new home for. He has some medical issues and may require surgery. He is not neutered and may have some type of complications associated with that. If you are interested in us please contact us.

    Jessica Pigula

    Gilcrease Nature Sanctuary

  2. Janae Hyland permalink
    January 1, 2011

    I would love to adopt one of your llamas! I live in Queen Creek on a 3 acre horse property. I have four horses, a big 9 stall barn, and 4 turnout pastures. The horses enjoy life out in green irrigated pastures during the day and in their stalls at night for dinner and breakfast. Of course the last few days they have been inside because it was too cold to take off their blankets! Our new addition to the family would enjoy the same life of Riley! Please contact me so we can schedule a visit. Janae Hyland 602.570.2071

  3. Amanda Fessler permalink
    January 12, 2011

    I am a girl scout leader in Phoenix with a Cadette troop of 20 girls, ages 12-14. We have a fondness for llamas, resulting from learning a llama song at a zoo camp we attended as Juniors and then meeting a llama at the AZ Humane Society when we were doing a service project. After those two experiences, we decided that our troop mascot should be a llama. But honestly, none of us have a strong knowledge about them. Your web site states that you are about education, so I am hoping you would be open to having our troop tour your ranch and learn more about llamas.

    Please let me know if this is a possibility. Thanks for your consideration.

    Amanda Fessler
    GS Troop 920

  4. Rodin D'Ignazio permalink
    January 22, 2011

    Hi, I’m trying to get in touch with y’all about a few questions I have about preparing a site for llamas here in AZ (we’d like to foster/adopt in the future). However, your email isn’t working. Can you please send me a contact email? I would just put my questions here, but one of them involves an attachment. Thanks!

  5. Jessie Bowman permalink
    January 30, 2011

    Hi. I see you re-home Llama’a within Arizona. Do you know of any in the Sierra Nevada range of California? I know of someone who recently lost his wife. She was the owner and caretaker of the Llama’s. When I asked the husband what he was going to do with them, he said he didn’t know. That he doesn’t want them, and asked if I did. I can not take on any animals at this time. I am out of work and have no finances right now. He did assure me, he was feeding them, but I doubt they have come out of their corrals (small), have no idea if he is cleaning the corrals, and I am basically pretty darn worried about them. I am truly concerned as to how often they get fed and when and how often they get water. He did say his wife had packed them in the backcountry a couple of times last summer (2010). I am not sure how old they are, or their sex, but do believe they are older Llama’s. This is very disheartening for me, as I hate to think of ANY animal being neglected. I fear there is not much time left for these two. Can you PLEASE help me with this or send me a place that can in the Mammoth Lakes, Ca/Bishop, Ca. area? PLEASE? I am so worried about these two. Thank you for doing all the work you do. You are all angels….Jessie dbrlebux@aol.com

  6. Bill Foley permalink
    February 14, 2011

    We have two wonderful half brothers, Mason and Dixon, which we’ve had the pleasure of for the past 9 years. Unfortunately my wife and I have to down size our home and move closer to town. Do you have any contacts in the Prescott area that could help us find a home for the boys. I do appreciate any help you can provide.


    Bill Foley

  7. carolina baertsch permalink
    March 14, 2011

    I cannot get your whitepapers links to work.
    I am also wondering if you could refer me to somebody that can shear our two llamas and two alpacas or show us how to do it. Thanks!

  8. Andrea Casillas permalink
    April 22, 2011

    I am in a situation where I must surrender my 3 gelding llamas. I have been rescuing llamas for over 20 years and have placed 15 llamas. I have 3 that I’ve kept. One I’ve had since he was 2 yrs. and he’s now 20 1/2. My other two are rescued from a petting zoo and are 17 and 18.
    I’ve been boarding all my llama’s in Scotts Valley, CA in the same neighborhood for 20 years. I rent a pasture, barn and hay barn. My husband has been out of work for a year and recently got a job in southern CA in Irvine. I’ve searched and searched but can’t find homes or a place in Irvine for them.
    I would be happy to donate my llama trailer and $300 in hay/alfalfa along with the llamas.
    May I please hear from you? I have a friend in Snowflake who directed me to you.
    Thank you so much,
    Andrea Casillas

  9. Molly Atterholt permalink
    June 17, 2011

    I tried to e-mail you but I got a message back saying the domain was not found for info@azlr.org . Do you have another way I can contact you? I have a 13 year old gelded llama that I need to find a home for immediately. Any information or help you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

  10. Deborah Toolson permalink
    July 6, 2011

    We are interested in becoming a foster home for the far east valley. We have a 3+ fenced irrigated acres with a ten stall barn, automatic waterers, fans, lights, tack room and round pen.
    Please let us when we could discuss the possibilities, responsibilities and all information related to this process.

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