Canines are a highly sought after and integral part of the most successful anti-poaching units. With advanced training, their keen skills enable rangers to be more effective and efficient.
But initially people were skeptical the canines could be effective in an environment alongside the Big Five.
In 2010, the first canine was trialed in Kruger National Park. Ngwenya (whose name means crocodile), proved her critics wrong. Since then, there no less than 50 working dogs in Kruger alone.
Please donate to keep the ranger’s dogs working, and the rhinos safe.