WHY DOGS? 

© Chad Harder

© Michael Gallacher 

We train the world's best conservation detection dogs

 & put them to work protecting wildlife and wild places.

 

 

We do it to save the world. 

 

They do it for the love of a ball. 

Our experienced team develops projects that are cost-effective, efficient, and ethical. Let us put our dogs to work for you. 

 

OUR CLIENTS

& PARTNERS:

We train the world's best conservation detection dogs & put them to work protecting wildlife and wild places.

 

We do it to save the world.


They do it for the love of a ball.

 

Support our ground-breaking conservation

work by becoming a friend of WD4C.

There are many ways to give.

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Interested in receiving our newsletter? Join our mailing list.

Support our ground-breaking conservation work by becoming a friend of WD4C. 

There are many ways to give.

OUR CLIENTS

& PARTNERS:

Wicket started her life as a shelter pup. "You don't want that dog," the shelter director said. "She's crazy." Turns out that Wicket was just the right kind of crazy for us.  Ten years later, she's considered one of the best conservation detection dogs in the world.

Imagine a scientific instrument that can detect scents in parts per trillion. One that can carry itself for miles, over virtually any terrain. One that doesn’t require electricity or batteries, and that gives immediate, accurate results. Adorably.

 

 

We train the world's best conservation detection dogs & put them to work protecting wildlife and wild places.

We do it to save the world.

They do it for the love of a ball.

In the Centennial Mountains of Montana and Idaho, our dogs helped map the movements of cougar, bear and wolf non-invasively: no trapping, drugging, or radio-tagging of animals required. Our findings were later used to protect a critical habitat corridor.

 

 

Imagine a scientific instrument that can detect scents in parts per trillion. One that can carry itself for miles, over virtually any terrain. One that doesn’t require electricity or batteries, and that gives immediate, accurate results. Adorably.

 

Wicket started her life as a shelter pup. "You don't want that dog," the shelter director said. "She's crazy." Turns out that Wicket was just the right kind of crazy for us.  Ten years later, she's considered one of the best conservation detection dogs in the world.

 

In the Centennial Mountains of Montana and Idaho, our dogs helped map the movements of cougar, bear and wolf non-invasively: no trapping, drugging, or radio-tagging of animals required. Our findings were later used to protect a critical habitat corridor.

Wicket started her life as a shelter pup. "You don't want that dog," the shelter director said. "She's crazy." Turns out that Wicket was just the right kind of crazy for us.  Ten years later, she's considered one of the best conservation detection dogs in the world.

Imagine a scientific instrument that can detect scents in parts per trillion. One that can carry itself for miles, over virtually any terrain. One that doesn’t require electricity or batteries, and that gives immediate, accurate results. Adorably.

In the Centennial Mountains of Montana and Idaho, our dogs helped map the movements of cougar, bear and wolf non-invasively: no trapping, drugging, or radio-tagging of animals required. Our findings were later used to protect a critical habitat corridor.

Interested in receiving our newsletter? Join our mailing list.

Support our ground-breaking conservation

work by becoming a friend of WD4C.

There are many ways to give.

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