Cheetah Outreach
Cheetah Outreach

Promoting the survival of the free ranging, Southern African cheetah through environmental education and delivering conservation initiatives.
Anatolian Dog Breeding Programme

Due to the success of the Anatolian Shepherd Livestock Guarding Dog Project in South Africa, in 2009 Cheetah Outreach took on the challenge of breeding the Anatolian for placement on South African farms.  In 2013 Cheetah Outreach established a formal partnership with another NGO called Green Dogs Conservation in Limpopo Province, close to Alldays.  Rox Brummer, who is director of Green Dogs Conservation, has been a close ally of Cheetah Outreach and has provided excellent litters of Anatolian livestock guarding dogs in the past.  Most of our breeding dogs were moved up to the new breeding facility in 2014 and 2015.  Green Dogs Conservation is responsible for the care and breeding of the Cheetah Outreach dogs as well as the raising of the puppies until they are placed as livestock guarding dogs.  Green Dogs Conservation also have their own Anatolian dogs, which used together with the Cheetah Outreach dogs, will provide farmers the best livestock guarding dogs.

A huge thank you to Wildlife Warriors Worldwide for sponsorship of the Anatolian Shepherd Guarding Dog pilot in 2005 and the Anatolian Dog Breeding Programme. Without their wonderful help we would not be able to reach forward with this very important and yet simple solution to cheetah management on farms.

Breeding Dogs at Cheetah Outreach


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