Tiger Awareness recently procured ASA First Aid kits & Armour for the Anti-Poaching units in the Pench Tiger Reserve, India. Animals Saving Animals is extremely proud of its association with Tiger Awareness and hopes to develop its support to Anti-poaching units in India.
On the 19th of October the 'Daily Mail' spent the day with Animals Saving Animals for an article about anti-poaching dogs and the work of the organisation. Unfortunately it rained hard most of the day but this didn't dampen our spirits and most aspects of an AP dogs training were covered and photographed by Bruce Adams. The article will be published shortly in the Saturday edition and hopefully will be part of the mail online, date to be released.
On the 12th of October ASA was privileged to speak alongside Sir Ranulph Fiennes at the Royal geographic Society in London at the event Explorers against Extinction in aid of two anti-poaching dogs for Rhino Botswana. The presentation was well received and ended with AP dog 'Ceaser' giving a brief demonstration of his skills on the stage.
Justice our newest anti-poaching dog after months of training left for Zimbabwe on the 2nd October to take up his new role protecting Africa's iconic species. He will be joining anti-poaching dogs Rogue and Polaris on location who have proven to be a huge force multiplier on the conservancy already playing a key role in several apprehensions. A big thank you must go to all who have played a part in making this happen. The photo shows Justice with his new handler.