They're not called wild dogs for nothing. They're ruthless. Relentless. Unmerciful. But they're also loving, caring and protective. They look after their young, injured and elderly. More than anything else, they're a team. A pack. A gang. They live together, hunt together and are completely dependent on each other. There are no outsiders. Everyone is related. It's one big family. And they are led by an alpha male and an alpha female. We follow a gang in the Mashatu Game Reserve in Botswana as they are forced to migrate when its den has been compromised by hyenas. The survival of the pups is at risk. Two of the youngsters grow up together, nurtured, taught and protected. They learn to hunt but, tragically, the inexperience of one of them leads to his death. The surviving brother eventually grows to adulthood. One day he may even take over as the alpha male. But the pack is too large. It's forced to split up. By doing so, a new gang is formed. Thus, the cycle continues. A cycle of survival. A constant battle. Will our gang make it? Will they kill for food, or be killed for food?