Living The Good Life Alpaca Acres
Give a gift that is perfect for all ages!
A very unique gift of love from one of our Alpacas for a one year period!
Living The Good Life Alpaca Acres is now offering our all new Adopt an Alpaca program.
You get to pick an Alpaca from our herd and receive some awesome benefits (see the list below).
Your adoption fee will contribute to the feed, hay and maintenance of your Alpaca for the one year plan.
Our one year adoption fee is $75.00
With this you will receive :
An Adoption Certificate
A framed 5x7 picture of your alpaca
A copy of your alpacas registration certificate (Alpaca Registry Inc. which contains
birth date and lineage details)
Weekend access to your alpaca (please see the instructions to arrange these meetings)
A sample of your alpaca's fiber
20% store discount on all purchases made during your year long adoption period
Invitations to shearing day, which the general public do not attend
A meeting with the owners to learn about alpacas in general and the specifics on your alpaca.
Receive a Birthday card and a Christmas Card from your Alpaca!
Before you make your decision we ask that you please read the following.
This does not mean you own the alpaca?
If you choose to adopt, you do not have any ownership rights to the alpaca. The fee you pay is put towards their upkeep, ensuring they have the best of everything.
It is not possible to take the alpaca off farm property at any time.
You can visit with your Alpaca only with pre-arranged visits.
We guarantee at least one visit per month, but most weekends are also open for visits. We do encourage you to visit often as the more an alpaca sees you, the more comfortable around you they will become.
When you visit, time with your alpaca will range from between 30-60 minutes per visit.
You are allowed to bring friends to meet the alpaca but we ask that you limit the amount to two per visit.
Someone from the farm must be with you at all times!
We ask that you give us 72 hours notice for a weekend visit. Please email or call and speak to someone here at the farm.
How to pick your alpaca: Just look at the alpacas pictures, names and information about each one, or schedule a visit to see them in person. Then decide which one you would like to adopt. While the babies are very cute and cuddly they do not like to leave their mothers side. Which means that your time with them will be more observation based. After a year, how they interact with humans really depends on their personalities. It's best to keep in mind that every alpaca is different. Some are very cautious and timid around humans while others are happy to come give a kiss.
Once you have picked your alpaca, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us your choice. We will send you the registration form that needs to be completed and next step directions. Once this is done, payment is taken and we will send you all the items that come with your adoption and set up a time for your first visit.
please note: there are no refunds once payment is taken
We look forward to hearing from you and which Alpaca you have chosen!
Charlie - Male a little shy
Nashville - Male, friendly, loves a neck rub and will eat from your hand.
Apollo - timid, but will eat from your hand
Cirrus - young male - likes a neck rub
Leo - young male, will eat from your hand
Spirit - male, calm and will eat from your hand
Aidan - young male, friendly, likes a neck rub and will eat from your hand.
Abacus - male, timid but will eat from your hand.
Sebastion- timid but will eat from your hand.
Anna - female, not very friendly but will eat from your hand.
Daffney - female, will eat from your hand.
Davina - female, friendly, likes a neck rub, will eat from your hand.
Dolly - very friendly, loves a neck rub and will eat from your hand.
Esperanza - female, a bit timid but will eat from your hand
Fancy - female, will eat from your hand but spits sometimes
Harmony - female, very friendly, loves a neck rub and will gladly eat from your hand.
Hope - female, curious and friendly to a point, will eat from your hand.