Invite our adorable miniature burros to entertain your guests at your next kids birthday party, southwestern theme party, Fiesta de Quince Anos, or Cinco de Mayo party. It's fun, easy, and a great way to entertain your guests!
Add authentic ambiance to your wedding day by inviting our charming little burros to entertain your guests at your rustic, country, or southwestern theme wedding. Our charming little burros are excellent conversation starters and are very photogenic. It's a surprise your guests will not forget!
Surprise your guests and invite a burro to your next event! They can be dressed up Southwestern style with Mexican blankets & sombreros and even carry the beverage you provide in saddle packs to serve your guests - commonly known as a "beer burro
If you are looking for unique party entertainment for your event you've come to the right place!
Whether you're having a kids birthday party, rustic wedding, southwestern theme party, fundraiser or corporate event, our tiny burros are a BIG hit! People of all ages love seeing these adorable little burros! They're charming, interesting and make excellent ice breakers & conversation starters. These adorable little burros can be dressed to match your unique party or wedding theme with your colors and style. Located in Scottsdale, AZ, we serve the Phoenix area valley-wide and beyond.
What does a burro do at a birthday party, wedding or corporate event?
Miniature burros are captivating little creatures that stand only 34 inches tall. Your guests will be completely surprised to see them – they add a huge WOW factor for an event. Guests can pet & brush them, feed them a little treat, and take photos with them. The burros can be dressed up Southwestern style with Mexican blankets & sombreros, wear flowers and carry beer, tequila or any beverage you provide in saddle packs to serve your guests. This is known as a "beer burro". They love to interact with guests, are excellent conversation starters, and love posing for photos.
Your guests will learn interesting facts about their breed, habitat, diet, training and animal-assisted therapy work they do at nursing homes.