Every LC attendee is requested to send this report to their respective
organization BOD and newsletter editors.
ARI: Alpaca and llama owners have asked why ARI left ILR as their database manager? Erin
will get the history of why the ARI registry moved to a new registrar
rather than staying with ILR.
ARI and ILR were both asked to provide an update on the ARI funds owed to ILR.
ILR was asked to make sure information on their website is accurate and current as
concern was voiced that it is not.
Regional organizations were asked by ILR to provide a current list of BOD
contacts and to update that with any changes.
ILR was asked to send out separate email awareness messages when procedural or policy
changes occur and that all rates for ILR services be listed each time an
update is sent out.
ILR was asked to see if they can provide a faster download version of their newsletter
since it now takes in excess of 30 minutes to complete.
ILR is asked to provide a seller a price break on registration if THEY do the transfer
and be sure the change took place.
AOBA and ARI were asked (LC 2003) to identify possible alpaca representatives to work
with the Camelid Alliance on regulatory and government affairs issues.
AOBA and ARI are asked to correct their email list to include members that are not
receiving email notices even after sending their updated contact
AOBA and ARI are asked to both identify a liaison to work with the IRC.
ILR and AOBA are asked to follow up and work closely with IRC on any
additional registry or show organization tools that may assist the IRC
LMRG is asked to either send status reports directly to sponsoring organizations or to
follow up with the LMRG Committee to ensure they send the all reports on
so the sponsoring organizations are kept informed of LMRG
Dave Belt is asked to forward the article on rabies in camelids to all attendees.
Each organization is asked to review and understand the classification and
zoning issues relating to llamas and alpacas in their geographic region
and to consider designating one spokesperson for members that will be
dependably level headed and educated
Establish a joint alpaca/llama committee to look at zoning issues - Erin will go to ARI
board to see about a member for this committee and the Camelid Alliance
and ILR are also asked to follow up with suggestions of members for this
ID: Input from regional groups and individuals is welcome. Any llama or alpacas
comments or recommendations on permanent ID need to go to the ID WG and
can be sent through Teri Baird Teri@brokenwindmill.com, Julie Jarvinen
email@example.com or Karen Conyngham
All organizations are asked to refer rescue questions and volunteers to the IRC Council
IRC was asked make sure all written or verbal communications refers to camelids since in
reality llamas and alpacas are at issue.
IRC was asked to consider seats on the Counsel for AOBA and ARI should those BODís
provide liaisons as requested to work with IRC.
Julie Jarvinen volunteered to work with Sheila Fugina on approaching AASRP to
investigate student internships or training that could provide
spay/neutering services for rescue animals.
IRC will flesh out recommendations and identify contact information for other rescue
groups to get communication channels open between groups.
All groups are asked to ID any rescue groups dealing with camelids and notify IRC.
All organizations are asked to ID a volunteer willing to work on a joint llama/alpaca
emergency preparedness group.