All farmers in the Kacgae study have been using their livestock guarding dogs for one full year now and only one dog has had to be returned to CCB. However, the fortnightly monitoring observations show that while most farmers have been vigilant in the management of their dogs, not all farmers have been implementing the kraaling practices as agreed. We will continue to monitor the project until 2015 and ensure that the dogs receive the best care from the farmers. It will be interesting to see how the conflict levels will vary depending on the different farmers application of the techniques. This pilot study continues to provide CCB with important experiences to develop our support and approach to community conflict mitigation.