Our Llamas

AZLR Mason Name: Mason
DOB: 2003
Gender: Gelding
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Description: White/Tan

Comments:   In Training.  A beautiful, large, and gentle llama with playful tendencies, especially at feeding time.  Still needs work on the halter before he can be placed.

AZLR Dixon Name: Dixon
DOB: 2003
Gender:  Gelding

Description:  Black with white markings

Comments: In Training.  A beautiful, large, proud, and curious llama. Prefers being out in the open, even in bad weather.  Still needs work on the halter before he can be placed.




Gender: Female

Description: Chocolate brown

Comments: Nel needs a bit of attention and training. Love her and she’ll come around!



Name: Bandit





Gender: Gelding

Description: Chocolate brown with white

Comments: He is a gentle boy that has been around kids and will make a great family llama. AJ will win your heart immediately!



Name: Imogene Blanka

DOB: 11/1995

Gender: Female

Description: Light brown with white

Comments: A gorgeous llama with lovely fiber.

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  1. Linda Wiekhorst permalink
    August 9, 2010

    I have a male llama, Levi. We will be moving to another property and Levi will be alone as we will not be taking the horses with us. I would love to adopt another llama to keep him company in our new home. Could you please let me know how to go about this.
    Thanking you in advance and looking forward to hearing from you.

  2. lori jones permalink
    August 16, 2010

    hello Im looking to adopt a llama or alpacca I live on two acres with two emus and a couple of horses with some chickens. I dont know how to download your adoption papers so im hoping you could call me at 602 723 7990. thank you so much Lori

  3. December 5, 2010

    What I am looking for is tall classic short wool appaloosa llamas. I need a unrelated Stud and I am always looking for a few Girls as well.
    Thanks for your time.
    Mart Borg
    208-775-4528 or 208-241-5171

  4. December 27, 2010

    Rod is a hiker and has dreamed of having a packLlama. He had a heart attack May 3, 2010 and is recovering well but cannot carry a pack for a while. We met the Peppards a while back and met Norman and loved him instantly. At the time we were considering a Llama but my husband was not feeling well and I had just added a Nubian baby to my “Mini-milkers” herd of three goats. Surprise! I now have 6 goats with more on the way. They are like potato chips-you can’t have just one. Are Llamas like that, also? I have loved Camels since I was a small child but their size is a little intimidating so I was content to visit them at the Zoo. The ones I came in contact with seemed to know I loved them and enjoyed my petting. I did have one lean over my shoulder and spit at someone behind me. Alpacas are adorable but too small-We think Llamas are just right! We are in the White Mountains in Lakeside on a rural 1/3 acre, right in town. I met Barbara years ago but have not seen her recently.
    We have two large dogs and wonder if the Llama (adult) might hurt them. Trina, our German Shepard surprised us by becoming a herder and a loving protector of our goats and Moosie, the Lab wants to help but can’t quite figure out how.
    Would we need to start with a baby Llama? It sounds like most of your rescues are adults and we could foster one but once an animal is here we have trouble letting go of them hence the chickens who no longer lay eggs and the cats who come to eat and well…you understand. Thank you for your kindness to these beautiful animals. As we do to the least of creatures we are rewarded in kind. La Jeanne

  5. Cyndi Ramirez permalink
    January 26, 2011

    Interested in fostering Lakota and AJ please let me know more info we have a ranch of 79 acres with 8 horses right now but will be adding more and some alpacas. We live in Willcox

  6. February 12, 2011

    I am interested in visiting with a person re. adopting a llama.
    my phone is 928 587 0987, someone please contact me as I need to know more re. care/feeding etc. before I plunge in and
    adopt. Thanks, Paula

  7. Sam Wall permalink
    August 30, 2011

    Have had predator problems in Camp Verde, and need a guardian llama. We are good at training animals as we train herding dogs on our sheep. Am interested in adopting a female that will bond with my sheep and goats.

  8. Samantha Marcantonio permalink
    December 12, 2011

    I am interested in adoption.
    Have 5 horses, 2 kids and good dogs.
    What are your thoughts interested in AJ

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