CCB embarked on various activities to work with and support farmers in the regions of Jwaneng and Ghanzi. Improved kraaling and the use of livestock guarding dogs (LSGDs) in protecting livestock against medium sized predators are among other farming strategies that can be utilised to minimise human wildlife conflict. CCB placed 11 LSGD puppies, six males and five females mid January 2016 with various farmers in the village of Samane, in the Jwaneng area. On the 21st July 2016, in collaboration with Vetswana, all 11 LSGDs received sterilization (spay and neuter). The LSGD sterilization clinic was a success as all dogs have reported to be doing just fine after the care and all are back to their normal duties. Thank you once more to Vetswana, CCB team and the farmers for their efforts in making sure that these dogs are in a super form to perform their duties.