Give a Truck – Our APU Canines need a truck.

AmazuluK9 Anti-Poaching Unit (formally known as ConservationK9) serves multiple reserves in Zululand.
The unit now regularly patrols over 50,000 hectares (125,000+ acres) of rugged bush terrain.

Unfortunately, the vehicle they rely upon to patrol and respond to incursions is no longer operational. AmazuluK9 is in dire need of a new patrol vehicle that can safely and reliably transport the canines. We need your help to buy a truck and modify it for canine transportation. Give a Truck!

For US Tax-deductible donation, please donate here >

If you don’t itemize your taxes in the US, please contribute on the Cape Epic-GivenGain Give a Truck campaign >

Conservation K9 has been a tremendous success in preventing rhino poaching.

 The Canine Unit has been tremendously successful.
We are beyond grateful to all the donors that made this project possible.

In the 15 months since the canines arrived on the reserves they patrol, only one rhino has been lost to poachers.

In the year prior to the canines being stationed in Zululand, the 3 reserves where the canines are now on daily patrol,
20 rhino were killed and 11 were injured by proachers.

The unit has been so incredibly effective at deterring poacher, the reserves added two new Malinois pups.

Please consider making a donation to the next campaign.

Photo and artwork credit: Anke Kruger, K9 Conservation

Help place 2 Anti-Poaching Canines
in Northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

The canines will serve multiple reserves covering an area of 33,000 hectares (over 80,000 acres).
The territory protects 120 endangered White Rhino and 25 critically endangered Black Rhino. Learn More>>

Please consider making a donation to the next campaign.

If you would prefer to make a donation from a charitable fund rather than through the campaign website,
please email Karrie at

Trigger warning – The video contains graphic imagery. It is horrific but it is the reality of rhino poaching.

Interviews with Anke Kruger and Conraad de Rosner of K9 Conservation conducted by Monique Vek, M.T.M.B. Productions.
Rhino footage by Paul Mills, EarthTouch, and Karrie Hovey.


Thank you donors - You made this happen.

Thank you to the many donors that contributed to the Hornucopia Campaign.

The horses have been a tremendous success at iMfolozi.
They are on patrol daily in the bush helping to protect the wildlife from poachers.

Want to know more about the project? We have the information archived. Read More >>

The horses we placed in iMfolozi feature prominently in the South African County Life article on the use of horse patrols. Read the article >>