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Old 01-11-2017, 09:56 PM   #51
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all good advice, only problem right now is they are starting to learn to be pets and not just livestock Alpacas for Christmas 2016 - Other Pets


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Okay so we were victorious in giving them the safegard!!!

She lured them into the feeding area with grain, I snuck up behind them and closed the door

I then went around and casually walked up to Rashima and "caught" and Lisa gave the syringe of dewormer

Malika was next and that worked out good, then Mali's turn

She is oldest and biggest and she is a heck of a kicker, faster than Bruce Lee

noone got kicked or spit on so it was good


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That is good. But you aren't a true alpaca owner until you have been spit on and it gets in your hair, eyes, up your nose and in your ears.
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That is good. But you aren't a true alpaca owner until you have been spit on and it gets in your hair, eyes, up your nose and in your ears.
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