Last night (June 6), CCF's livestock guarding dog Penda gave birth to a litter of 9 guarding dogs-to-be. A few weeks ago, Penda was bitten by a puff adder, one of the deadly venomous snakes Namibia is famous for. We didn't know if she would survive, let alone if her pups would. Luckily, all 9--5 boys and 4 girls--seem healthy and are very cute. Given their miraculous start to life, we know these pups will go on to be great livestock guarding dogs. Thank you for your support of this very successful program!
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