Founded in July 2016 'Animals Saving Animals' works along side conservation organisations to assist in the prevention of wildlife crime through providing Anti-Poaching Dogs and training to conservancies and national parks throughout the world.


How can you help?


  Anti-Poaching Dog Sections have become an essential part of any conservancies security arsonal but to maintain and run them is a costly undertaking. Each dog costs over U.S $1000 every year just to cover feed and veterinary care. In addition to this are the cost of protective clothing for the dogs and handlers, as well as uniforms and specialist equipment for the whole squad. When you purchase a 'Sponsor a Dog' package all proceeds minus costs goes towards much needed equipment and clothing for these Dog Sections. Updates on equipment purchased through this scheme can be found on the blog section of the site.


E-Sponsorship For £35 you will receive via email a certificate of adoption, a photo postcard of your chosen dog, a welcome letter from Daryll pleasants The chief trainer of the dog squads, as well as receiving quarterly updates on its progress and the work of the squad for one year.


Premium Sponsorship For £50 you will receive a Dog squad T-shirt. You will also receive a folder containing your printed certificate of adoption, a photo postcard on your chosen dog, a welcome letter from daryll Pleasants the chief trainer of the Dog squads, as well as receiving quarterly updates on its progress and the work of the squads for one year


Please state which dog you wish to sponsor and your T-shirt size S,M,L,XL,XXL in the optional field of  the cart, Otherwise we will contact you by email

'Sponsor a dog' is managed by the Real Africa Trust Charity Number 1149508. 

  Organisation Insight

ASA Tracking experience 


 If your dog has a nose, he can track. You’ve seen him do so on walks with his nose to the ground or lifted high in the air. Tracking demonstrates the dog’s natural ability to follow the scent of one or more persons; 'the tracklayer' over various kinds of terrain increasing in difficulty to a longer, well-aged track, more turns  and multiple scent articles.


No matter what age, what breed or what size. Teaching your dog to track is the perfect to way to spend time together, build your relationship, and challenge both of you mentally and physically. You can teach very young puppies to track even before they can start formal obedience training, and these positive methods work with adult dogs, too.


Set in Norfolk our classes are designed to be both enjoyable and informative carried out at a pace that allows both yourself & dog to absorb the lesson in a relaxed manner. Each class is structured to the individual ability of the dog and during each session in addition to practical instruction you will be taught the theory of tracking. 


Why you and your dog should Try Tracking?
-Tracking is fun for both you and your dog using positive methods.
- Any age dog can be taught to track—6 week-old puppies on up to senior citizens.
- It improves fitness for both dog and owner!
- It is mentally stimulating for both of you.
-You’ll gain a new-found respect for just how smart your dog is.

We always start with a one hour assessment this is to make sure your dog has the inclination and ability to track. There is no commitment to take further lessons at this point its simply a starter lesson to see if both yourself and your dog enjoy it. Should you wish to continue after the assessment you can either opt for individual one hour lessons or paired lessons where you will be placed with another student of equal ability for two hours. From there with the help of our instructor you can decide your own learning program at a time to suit you. £25 per hour