We train American shelter dogs to become the world's best conservation detection dogs to protect wildlife and wild places. Ask Us anything about Working Dogs for Conservation.
I’m Pete Coppolillo, executive director @WD4C.
Working Dogs for Conservation, is a non-profit based in Montana, that trains American shelter dogs for life-saving conservation work across the globe, including Zambia, Africa to help battle the elephant and rhino poaching crisis. The Zambia project is documented in the national PBS film “Shelter Me: Community Matters,” that is hosted by Dr. Jane Goodall. View film clip HERE and local listings ShelterMe.tv