Specifications

To be registered by the AMLA, the llama must meet the Association's standard for miniature llamas. The Registry is open to all llamas meeting those standards. Upon determination that a llama being submitted for registration meets the established standards, genealogical information is entered into the Association's database and a certificate of registration is issued. The procedures for tracking ownership, breeding records, transfers and death of registered llamas is similar to that of the International Llama Registry.

To be registered by the AMLA, the llama must meet the Association's standard for miniature llamas. The Registry is open to all llamas meeting those standards. Upon determination that a llama being submitted for registration meets the established standards, genealogical information is entered into the Association's database and a certificate of registration is issued. The procedures for tracking ownership, breeding records, transfers and death of registered llamas is similar to that of the International Llama Registry.

The American Miniature Llama Association was formed in 1999 to provide opportunities to share information among owners, breeders and persons interested in miniature llamas, to provide input to national llama associations regarding issues vital to the industry, to encourage and support events to expand awareness and market potential and to provide social contact among owners, breeders and persons interested in miniature llamas. 

About Miniature Llamas