A.S.A to be a speaker at 'Destinations' The Holiday & Travel Show 2018
Animals Saving Animals founder Daryll Pleasants is to be among the line up of speakers at the 'Stanfords books' travel writers festival . He will be speaking on the 4th of February at 2pm and will be discussing the current poaching problem in Africa followed with questions & Answers from the audience. ASA will be one of an incredible line-up of authors, TV presenters, journalists and adventurers that will share their travel memories and expert advice at the 2018 show.
A.S.A to feature in the December 2017 issue of 'World of Animals' magazine
Animals Saving Animals will be featured in the December 2018 issue of 'World of Animals' magazine. The article highlights the conservation role played by the organisation and some of the training methods used to prepare an anti poaching dog for its future role as a wildlife guardian.
A.S.A to feature in the February 2018 issue of 'Dogs Monthly'
Animals Saving Animals will be featuring in the February 2018 issue of 'Dogs Monthly' highlighting our current project in Botswana and the collaboration between Rhino Conservation Botswana and ASA. The article written by Megan Chapple features 'Savas' & 'Primaa' who are presently under training to give future support to the anti-poaching efforts in the Okavango Delta, Botswana.
Meet 'Primaa' Botswana's newest Recruit
Meet Primaa, one half of Rhino Conservation Botswana's anti-poaching dog section. She is currently in training in Tuscany, Italy and will be ready for deployment to the Okavango Delta, Botswana in June of next year along with 'Savas' her partner in fighting wildlife crime. These are the first AP dogs to go to Botswana and we will keep you updated with their training and eventual deployment.