Detection dogs in nature conservation: a database on their worldwide deployment with a review on breeds used and their performance compared to other methods

Annegret Grimm-Seyfarth, Wiebke Harms & Anne Berger
Over the last century, dogs have been increasingly used to detect rare and elusive species or traces of them. The use of wildlife detection dogs (WDD) is particularly well established in North America, Europe and Oceania, and projects deploying them have increased worldwide. However, if they are to make a significant contribution to conservation and management, their strengths, abilities, and limitations should be fully identified. We reviewed the use of WDD with particular focus on...
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