Wednesday, 25 September 2013
Poaching stinks ... and now cute dogs are sniffing it out!!!
Conservation dogs are pleased to announce that the dog section in Gabon that we assisted with setting up, training the dogs and handlers- for ANPN - Gabonese National Park Agency, MINEF as well as assistance from WCS has proven a great success and fully operational.
Please see this article for more details.
We have been so very busy in the last 12 months the blog has had to suffer. but i think everyone would agree it is worth it. as now the fully functional dog section in Gabon is proving a great success and having a great impact on the illegal trafficking of wildlife products.
The blog will be updated regarding the latest developments with Conservation dogs UK and worlrdwide, with training Lumi and Cooper, training of the handlers in Gabon, visits to Gabon and surrounding areas, Pine marten scat searches, Great Crested Newt detection dog training project launch, Dormouse nest detection dog working update and much much more.
Keep your eyes peeled.....
Posted by Admin at 11:41