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Dolly & Janet

llamas, Exotic Animal Sanctuary, Vero Beach

Janet was one of two llamas Critter Haven received over 5 years ago. Her previous owner was no longer able to sustain the necessary care, cost of food and medicine so they asked Critter Haven if they would be willing to take both llamas into the sanctuary. 

Gary happily agreed to adopt the pair and they quickly acclimated to their new surroundings. We do our best to maintain our population by preventing our animals from breeding. Despite this, Janet managed to get pregnant soon after arriving showing nature always finds a way. 

Dolly was the first animal born at the sanctuary15 years ago. Dolly's father has since passed but Janet is now around 25 years old living happily and healthy with her daughter in the Critter Haven Sanctuary. 


They share their enclosure with the Emus, Goats, Pigs and our Mule Daisy. This allows for a bigger area of land to share rather than being contained in separate, smaller enclosures. They even have a wading pond to keep themselves cool during the hot Florida summers  

Llama, Animal Caretaker, Exotic Animal Sanctuary, Vero Beach

We Need Your Help

Critter Haven has been primarily funded by its founder Gary Brady since it began over twenty years ago. With additional funding from generous donors, we have been able to sustain the substantial cost that comes with caring for these amazing animals.

Despite these contributions, we are still in need of all the help we can get. With the licensing, food purchases, medical equipment, and medication, the costs add up quickly.


Every dollar you donate will help keep the animals at Critter Haven fed, healthy and happy for years to come.   

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