Here at the British Llama Society, we appreciate that personal circumstances may change leaving much-loved llamas in need of a new home. If this is the case, and if you have already tried, but failed to secure them a new home, then we may be able to help.
For further information, please contact re-homing co-ordinator, Caroline Pembro on 07983 462289 (email email@example.com ) with details of the animal(s) involved, heir location age, sex, handle ability and whether they are already micro chipped and registered with the BLS.
If you are interested in offering a home to llamas in need of a new place to live please also contact Caroline who will be only too happy to hear from you.
If you are giving away or receiving llamas, then no money should change hands between the owners, however, the BLS has now had to launch an appeal fund to help with veterinary and other associated costs involved with the welfare of these llamas and we do ask that people who give away, or receive llamas, make a donation (however large or small) towards this worthwhile cause.
We would also ask anyone giving a llama a home to Join BLS (download membership form)
Llamas are herd animals and should NEVER be kept on their own. Two or more of the same sex or gelded, make the best field pets.
Never take on a breeding pair unless you have the facilities to separate them at the appropriate time.
Click here to download a Guidance note as to Choosing Llamas
Llama Welfare & Rescue Fund
If you wish to make a donation to the Llama Welfare & Rescue Fund
please send your cheque made payable to “British Llama Society” to:
David James, Honorary Treasurer – British Llama Society
Barford Cottage, Spaxton, Nr Bridgwater, Somerset TA5 1AF
Please make sure that you tell him the money is for the Welfare & Rescue Fund!