Everyone in Singita Sabi Sand has for the last few weeks been waiting in anticipation to find out where, if at all, the wild dogs decide to den.

Yesterday, after some exceptional and intensive tracking, we discovered all six adult wild dogs and at least four charcoal black pups in their new Singita Sabi Sand home. These pups, complete with the characteristic white tips on the end of each of their tails, spent a brief amount of time greeting the adult female outside before they returned to the security of their den.

We’ve estimated that these wild dog pups are just one week old and, due to the sensitivity of the situation, we’ve decided to give the pack a few additional days to establish themselves before we open the site for viewing. This means that we presently don’t have any pictures of the wild dog pups to share with you but, once we do, you’ll be the first to see them!


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