Not sure if this is the right place for this question :shrug: but here it goes... I work for a couple who run a pony party/petting zoo/trail ride/ riding lessons type farm which is home to your usual farm animals including one female llama. The llama will get very close (within arms reach) but will not allow you to touch her. She has never spat/spit? at anyone. My question is... Is it possible to get her used to petting? Preferably without getting spit on! If so how? She will follow you if you have food into a small catch pen but if you try to catch/corner her she lays her ears back and gets this "look" on her face that makes me think she is getting a wad ready to spit. Should I go ahead and push the issue and halter her or what? The owners are just as clueless as I am about llama behavior she was given to them about a year ago and she hasn't been messed with since. Her hooves really need to be trimmed,her coat could use a brushing and since this is a petting zoo the kids are always dissapointed that they can't pet her as she looks very soft. Anyway I hope someone can give me some pointers on llama training/taming :help: Any help would be great! Thanks!