Media surrounding the Tracker Dog Unit, a project of Big Life Foundation, has grown to the point where we can’t always keep track and post of all the pieces in which Rocky & Jerry make appearances.

Will they need an agent in 2015? Maybe.

Last year, Maria Alomajan published her book, Dogs in Action: Working dogs and their stories, and included a chapter on Tanzania’s famed conservation dogs and the head of the Tracker Dog Unit, Lembris Kephas.












In their most recent issue, Paa magazine, included a piece about Rocky & Jerry alongside a feature article about both the majesty of pachyderms and the tragedy of the poaching slaughter. The article included the stark and stunning images of Big Life’s president and co-founder, Nick Brandt.












The Tracker Dog Unit has become one of the most successful operations in the fight against poaching. Rocky & Jerry have served in successful joint operations in the Enduimet Wildlife Management Area, Burunge WMA, Manyara Ranch, Manyara National Park, Tarangire National Park, Arusha National Park, Kilimanjaro National Park, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, and other cross-border locations.

If Rocky & Jerry do get an agent, he will be sure to turn down all Hollywood offers. The dogs are too busy doing real work — tracking down poachers!