Directly after weaning, pups are placed with Gorkhi Terelj National Park (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gorkhi-Terelj_National_Park) rangers who will raise the pups in a very specific manner designed to maximize their bonding to live stock.
Hustai National Park is located about 100 kilometers west of Ulaanbaatar and was declared a Specially Protected Area in 1993. It is home to the endangered wild horse subspecies known as Przewalski’s Horse, or “Takhi” in Mongolian. This park area has many herding families living in the protected area, and
The Mongolian Bankhar Dog Project is placing Bankhar livestock protecting dogs with herding families in South Gobi Aimag. Our dogs will be placed with families living outside of Dalanzadgad, close to Gobi Gurvansaikhan National Park. This project is in collaboration with The Snow Leopard Trust which works in five Central