Working Dogs for Conservation
Contact: Aimee Hurt
PO Box 280
About Working Dogs for Conservation
WD4C is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that trains and deploys detection and tracking dogs to save wildlife and wild places around the world. Virtually all of our dogs have been adopted from shelters, owner surrenders, breed rescues, or are “career change” dogs from other disciplines. Since helping launch the field and establishing WD4C in 2000, we have helped conserve scores of species around the world, by:
- providing the best-available information for elusive, threatened, and endangered, species;
- addressing and stopping the proliferation of invasive species, contaminants, and diseases;
- preventing and resolving human/wildlife conflicts;
- stopping wildlife crime through K9 anti-poaching and anti-trafficking;
- and, advocating for optimal health and welfare of domestic dogs.
1 job with Working Dogs for Conservation
CFS travel extensively handling conservation detection dogs on field projects. CTTC orchestrates dog/handler training at our facility.