Rhino have become a highly endangered and valuable species, due to their value, it has become increasingly necessary to manage populations. Dealing with small populations requires hands on monitoring of individuals ensuring their protection as well as maintaining genetic diversity. Aspects of rhino management include, dehorning, necessary for the survival of some populations as a result of poaching pressure. Microchipping, ear notching and DNA sampling of rhino in larger populations in order to create individual identification profiles. Treatment and veterinary care to wounded and injured rhino and the capture of specific rhino for sale or relocation. C Vet has worked with the highly endangered Black rhino for a number of years, in some of the largest populations in South Africa.