GLOUCESTSHIRE, ENGLAND — A herd of alpacas has been given hilarious hairdos – including one styled to look like a poodle and another like a dinosaur
Helen Kendall Smith, 53, cut ten of the 30-strong flock’s locks to celebrate her tenth year of breeding the animals.
Alpacas are sheared annually to stop their fleeces getting too long and causing them distress, but this year Helen went for something slightly more unusual.
The mum-of-three, of Cirencester, Gloucestershire, sketched some wacky designs before turning her ideas into a reality using clippers.
She fashioned one alpaca like a poodle, gave others a mohawk and a stripey coat and even styled one to make it look like a dinosaur.