On the 27th September the team from Animals Saving Animals spent the day with the students from Nescot college studying public services and animal management. They witnessed search demonstrations from 'Patch' the Firearms/Explosives detection dog and apprehension exercises from 'Nico' culminating with the students handling the dogs giving them first hand experience of being an operational handler. To read more go to https://www.nescot.ac.uk/news/2018/10/04/animals-saving-anim
On October the 11th Animals Saving Animals featured in 'Working Dog Magazine' highlighting their recent work in the Assam province of India training a new anti-poaching dog unit for three national parks including Kaziranga National Park. To find out more go to the Media page and click on the working dog magazine icon.