April 16, 2012
Conservation Canines is the leader in the research field that uses scat detection dogs to non-invasively access the health of endangered and elusive species. Not only did they pioneer the field, all of their dogs come from rescues and shelters where they were labeled too "crazy" for typical pet homes. So often, humans and domesticated animals have negative impacts on wild animals and habitats, but these once unwanted canines and their handlers travel the world sniffing out poop (and thus not handling or stressing any wild animals), assessing their populations, and leading to the protection of those wild habitats and animals.
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