Fully grown miniature llamas stand no more than 40 in. high with 36 to 38-in. or below preferred. They're genetically bred miniatures that breed true to type and size with no dwarfism, according to Robert Mock, breeder, who calls the mini breed "Dalli Llamas". "Their conformation is a perfect scaled-down version of the normal size llama. They have short to medium wool that fits all climates. We didn't want to breed a heavy wool miniature because of the excessive grooming that's required to keep them looking good, and because we didn't want them to suffer in the heat of warmer climates. Mini llamas are much more friendly and affectionate than larger llamas."
Contact FARM -SHOW Followup, Robert Mock, Hapsburg Kennel & Jungle-song Cattery, 14043 24th Ave. S., Seattle, Wash. 98168 (ph 206 243-2160).
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