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Media captionDogs trained in Wales are now working in Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique and Zimbabwe
Dogs trained in Carmarthenshire are helping addressing the issue of carnage of rhinos and elephants by poachers in Africa.
Extremus Dog Training in St Clears works with kindnes Swine Saving Animals in the conservation effort.
It has seven bird-dogs in Africa and is improving puppies Badak, Murwi and Diego to join them.
Director Darren Priddle said: “Dogs are a massively-important part of preservation – they give a very good visual and physical deterrent.”
After 12 months of training in Wales, bird-dogs get further trained in Africa with Animals Saving Swine, which works with maintenance rangers.