Rescue Llamas Need Your Help
We at Llamas del Sol do everything we can to help any llama in need. Sometimes our rescues are because the owners must relocate and can no longer care for their llamas. Other times it is due to hard economic times. And sometimes the rescue is more urgent. Such was the case of the llama who was dubbed Lester by Stuart Dyson of KOB Eyewitness News and who was attacked by a pack of dogs. Our thanks to the TV station for publicizing Lester's plight donations to cover the veterinary costs, recovery, and feed. Larry the Llama has been adopted and is our success story. Southwest Llama Rescue and Llamas del Sol are working together to provide forever homes to all llamas in need. If you would like to donate to the care of rescue llamas click on our DONATE link that takes you to our 503 (c) tax deductible webpage. If you are interested in foster care or adoption, contact us directly. Thank you, Lynda
Llamas del Sol
Llamas del Sol (Llamas of the Sun) is a small family-run llama farm in the sunny Rio Grande Valley just a few minutes from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Our interest is promoting great fun and exercise with the sweetest companions you can imagine. Our llamas walk with you, carry your gear, food, and drink in any terrain, and charm you with their alertness and curiosity. They are strong and gentle and stunning to watch.
If you would like to see some of our llama and alpaca products, we also have a site at .https://www.etsy.com/shop/llamasdelsol
If you would like to visit our farm for an overnight stay, see us also at http://www.airbnb.com/ listed as the North Valley - Village of Alameda
Our address is
Llamas de Sol
605 El Dorado Dr. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87114
Call 505-453-1740 for more information and to schedule your llama adventure today!
We accept all major credit cards
LLAMAS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION
All our proceeds go to caring for rescue llamas. We are coordinators for the Southwest Llama Rescue (SWLR) Association and the Rocky Mountain Llama Association (RMLA). There are almost always llamas that are looking for new homes. Please contact us if you would be interested in adopting or fostering llamas. These seven llamas are looking for a new home. They may be split into two groups of 3 and 4 - please contact Lynda Liptak if you are interested in caring for any of these llamas.
Here are some of our friends with links to their website so you can visit them too