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Discussion in 'Homesteading Questions' started by Rouen, Feb 12, 2005.
this is dingo
How sweet! How old is Dingo?
That song is going to be stuck in my head for the rest of the day!
in that pic he was about 8 weeks old, he's 11 weeks old now.
If that isn't cute and huggable, I don't know what is.
Makes me want another pup!
Well, calling a pup "Dingo" is about like calling a pup "Coyote". They're both wild dogs that are pretty well unsociable. Wild dingos are proven to kill people. I would no way deal with a wild dog with dingo heritage. Too many babies have been eaten by dingos.
:haha: How many babies. :yeeha:
just because his name's Dingo doesn't mean he's part dingo, he's a pure mutt only named dingo because my mom couldn't settle on a name, and saying that any dog thats part wild dog or pure wild dog is dangerous isn;t true, my aunt had a wild caught hound/coyote mix he wouldn't hurt a fly, and I know someone else whom has New Guinea Singing Dogs that are more tame than most domestic dogs, and there are also alot of people who catch carolina dogs and never get bitten.
and as shazza said.. how many babies?
oh and I would have named him "coyote" but "coy" didn't seem like a good short name to me.
Dingos are very intelligent dogs and yes, I also ask, how many babies?
Hi Don! I am visiting your country next month(Canberra)and want to see some of the herding breeds there. I understand that most if not all of them have a bit of Dingo in them. Do you think this is true? I see the resemblance to the Dingo in many Aust. Cattle dogs but don't know about the Aust. Koolie or Stumpy-Tailed Cattle Dog.
These breeds have a long and distinguished history in service to man. Unlike many pit bulls, german shepherds, rottweilers etc. I don't know that I have ever heard of the death of a person from these "Dingo-crossed" breeds.
I also think is silly to equate any dogs name with what it's actual parentage is. Ask anyone named Richard if their nickname has anything to do with what they really are. :haha: