Ruger is a hero responsible for dozens of arrests who has persuasion many skeptics of his sensing skills
Ruger is a bad hound, and thats why he does his responsibility so well. Just expect Megan Parker, the director of research at Working Dogs for Conservation in Montana. When Parker scours animal shelters for her next dog-in-training, she looks for unadoptable, hard-to-handle dogs.
Bad dogs have an overwhelming desire to bring you happens, she alleged. Dogs love telling you what they know. They have an inability to quit.
Its that inability to quit that describes Parker to bad dogs such as Ruger. These dogs have an merciless drive, she alleged. For a hound that doesnt stop, you are able to train that hound to bring you things.
Parker, a preservation biologist and teach of sensing dogs, has acknowledged that bad dogs dont make great pets. Their temperaments, however, are perfect for conservation occupation.
Ruger was born on the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana. His owner shot his littermates, and Ruger escaped. He was taken to a nearby swine shelter where he was found by a hound teach who notified Megs organization.
Ruger is now the first anti-poaching hound in Zambia. He lives right next to South Luangwa national park where animals are being poached, snared and trafficked out of the common. Hes responsible for experiencing elephant tusk, rhino horns, bush flesh, other wildlife illicit, grease-guns and ammo.