Time flies and the puppies are growing like weeds. Thandi's puppies are now 4,5 weeks and spent their first day in the chicken pen between chickens, goose, ducks and a turkey. They started off being a little bit shy, but soon they were exploring their new place. Soon, they will be introduced to Big Lucy (the goat) and Emmy (the sheep). The time spend with as many different animals as possible is essential for the puppies to develop into well-working livestock guardian dogs.
Gala's pups are the sweetest little bodies and 3,5 weeks now. Every day we get them out of their kennel and they can play on the grass, sand, everywhere. We start to get to know their different little characters and they become more playfull every day. We want to introduce them to as many scary things and noices as possible, which is very important for their development as we don't want them to be scared of things. Human handling is essential and I can't say we mind that. They are beautiful! They've also been given names after birds of prey. The 2 bitches: Kite and Kestrel and the 3 dogs: Tyto, Otus and Falco
Thandi's puppies (4,5 weeks):
All Thandi's puppies are already assigned to farmers in the Limpopo province and will go to their new home in 3 to 4 weeks!
Gala's puppies (3,5 weeks):
AND we are still looking for funding to raise these pups as absolute amazing anti-poaching dogs. So if you're interested or if you know someone that might be, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com or call 078-2519018 / 072-6409388 for more information!