These 2 llamas formerly belonged to an animal collector and are in need of a forever home. They've been well fed and nursed back to health. I've seen them, and they're awesome critters. I just need to know if there's anything obvious I'm not thinking of before I bring them here. 1) I've been out to see them several times. They're sweet and friendly. They'll let me touch them briefly before moving off. 2) They're used to other critters around. There's a cat and a horse sharing the pasture with them, and they're all friends. (the horse is awesome, if she was available, she'd be coming home with me in a heartbeat!) 3) I've arranged for my vet to see them tomorrow and check them out. Their feet need trimming, one of them has really long teeth. I'll have them checked out for worms and diseases. 4) This is a father/son pair. Both have been fixed - wethered? gelded? neutered? I don't know the right term with llamas. Father is 3, son is 1. I know they get fighting teeth that will have to be dealt with. 5) They'll spend the first month or so here in their own pasture with a shelter so we can get used to them, they can get used to us, and the the other critters can adapt. 6) Both are halter trained and walk on a lead. Anything I'm missing in regards to these critters?