Alpaca Boys & Girls

Trekking/pet boys and breeding/pet females

We have provided a little character information about each of our alpacas who are looking for a new home after we close in September 2024. We are keen to group them together in numbers of 4 or 5 as they need to stay with some of their friends. They are used to being part of a big herd and find safety in numbers. If you would like to take a large group please do get in touch to discuss a rehoming price. We would prefer them to be rehomed with owners who have alpaca experience as these unusual, inquisitive creatures do need to be understood. The majority of our boys can be used for trekking, some will be rehomed as companions. Some of our girls could be bred from, some will be companions. All are registered with the British Alpaca Society and all are up to date with vaccinations, and will have been shorn (late spring), and toenail trimmed before departure. They will each come with a headcollar and lead. We can deliver if required for the cost of mileage. We will, of course, continue to be available for advice and support. These alpacas are very precious to us, many have been born here and parting with them will be hard. Our boys have been exceptionally well trained by us using Camelidynamic techniques and we have bred predominantly for character because of the important roles they have played. Some of our boys have visited care homes, attended weddings and been on film sets. Little phases them. Better trained alpacas you will not find. Our girls are very used to visitors, and after every walk we take visitors into their paddock to meet and hand feed them. Some will sit for photos. The girls are also halter trained, but haven't been used for walking. If you would like to be considered for offering any of our animals a new home, please do get in touch. We would love to stay in touch with their new owners.