Help Dogs Save Cats

 
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Mar 5, 2012

Kangal Puppies Growing Strong and Healthy

Kangal 3
Kangal 3

Kiri's litter of eight Kangal puppies born on 31 January is growing fast!

Last week they all started opening their eyes, they took their first steps,
had their first meal of "solid" food, and received their first dose of
de-worming medication. Kiri is a proud mother, and watches on as her puppies
grow and become more independent. The puppies are playful and full of
mischief, and are already starting to have individual personalities. They
will stay at CCF until they are nine weeks old, at which time we will hold
the usual "Puppy Day" to train farmers that have been selected to receive
the puppies to help keep their livestock safe from predators

 

Learn more about CCF’s Livestock Guarding Dog Program and the link below:

https://www.cheetah.org/?nd=donate_detail&donation_id=7

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Kangal 2
Kangal 2

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Project Leader

Shannon Sharp

Operations Director
Alexandria, VA United States

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