ASA teaches retired police dog 'Finn' to repel
Retired police dog 'Finn' and handler PC Wardell pictured here K9 repel training under instruction from ASA. Police dog Finn and his handler have been hugely instrumental to changes in the law regarding those who harm service animals following an incident where Finn was stabbed and seriously hurt as he protected PC Dave Wardell from an attacker in 2016.Nicknamed "Finn's Law", the new legislation makes it harder for those who harm service animals to claim they were acting in s
ASA gives tracking Instruction to Indiana State Troopers
ASA has just completed a weeks instructional training at the Muscatatuck urban training centre, Indiana conducting two day tracking courses with the Indiana State Troopers to improve technical tracking knowledge. The course involved environmental and water/multi surface tracking with an emphasis on distance from quarry indicators. The centre is used to train joint civilian/military response operations, and military urban warfare in a variety of simulated environments.
ASA is recognised for outstanding contribution to conservation
We are pleased to announce that on the 2nd September 2019 Animals Saving Animals was recognised by the Prime Minister's daily Points of Light awards, in recognition of outstanding service to conservation. The daily Points of Light award recognises outstanding individual volunteers and people who are making a change in their community. ASA was honoured to have been nominated for this award and has gratefully accepted this on behalf of all who are involved with Animals Saving A