Center for Conservation Biology

2018 Conservation Canines Calendar



The 2018 Conservation Canines Calendar Drive is here!

Our annual fundraiser is not to be missed. With your support we can rescue more dogs and trek further in the field to sniff out solutions for all types of conservation projects around the world. Whether searching for caterpillar frass, noxious plants or toxins, you have the chance to come along on our adventures each month with the 2018 Conservation Canines Calendar.

As a thank you for your generous┬ádonation of $50 or more, you’ll receive an 8.5″ x 11″ calendar printed on heavy, high-quality, semi-gloss paper, wire-bound in the center. Each month features an up close and personal portrait of one of our Conservation Canines. Our pack of detection dogs comes in all shapes and sizes from shelters across the country, giving these once homeless pups the chance to be heroes.

At $75 and above, in addition to the calendar, you’ll receive our limited-edition 2018 bandana- a wonderful (and colorful!) way to show support when you’re out and about with your pup.


We appreciate all donations to our program! That’s why donors contributing up to $49 will receive a personal postcard sent from the field. We will send these out at the beginning of 2018, highlighting a dog and their adventures in the name of conservation.




Please see our donation and thank you gift levels below.



Pawsome Supporters

$50- 1 Exclusive CK9 2018 Calendar

Wag-Worthy Fans

$75- 1 Exclusive CK9 2018 Calendar, 1 limited edition bandana

Working Dog Devotees

$150- 2 calendars, 1 bandana, a photo postcard from one of the teams with an update from the field

Wildlife Warriors

$250- 3 calendars, 2 bandanas, a personal video thank-you from the Ck9 team posted on our Instagram and Facebook accounts

Scent Detection Superstars

$500- 5 calendars, 2 bandanas, a personal video thank-you from the Ck9 team posted on our Instagram and Facebook accounts, a monthly postcard from the CK9s gang while out in the field during 2018


All photos were taken by Jaymi Heimbuch, an extremely generous wildlife photographer who has donated her time and talent to make this stunning calendar three years in a row.

2018 bandana in action

2018 bandana in action