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    Some interesting old photos there, amazing what fools we humans can be sometimes

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddogdodge View Post
    why is the dingo on there?
    Dingoes are not domestic dogs, they are wild, and are actually Australia's wolves!
    Dingoes do not make good pets at all.
    No idea,lol................
    No dingo's generaly aren't a good pet but I have sen exspetions to that rule but would never advise someone to try & make a pet of 1.

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    Dingos are actually listed on Dozonline so must be on the way to being recognised as a dog breed by the ANKC, of course we know they are and have been for goodness knows how many years, but as that site prides itself on being the pure bred site of all sites, one wonders why the Dingo is listed there.

    Has anyone seen a Dingo in a show, it may be that they are now accepted but just no breeders advertising on ANKC sites?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minibulls mum View Post
    Dingos are actually listed on Dozonline so must be on the way to being recognised as a dog breed by the ANKC, of course we know they are and have been for goodness knows how many years, but as that site prides itself on being the pure bred site of all sites, one wonders why the Dingo is listed there.

    Has anyone seen a Dingo in a show, it may be that they are now accepted but just no breeders advertising on ANKC sites?
    I haven't but I can not say I have been to many(shows) lately.
    Oh It hardley bares thinking really............

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    A mate just told me that the ANKC recognises the Dingo as a breed but you cannot show them

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    We get a couple of Dingoes come in for check ups and shots just like a dog. They're bloody gorgeous!
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    Yes they are but I do not think they should be pet or show dogs & ofcourse all our great working dogs have some dingo blood way back in the beginning.
    It worrie's me as I have seen ads for pups for sale & rang up & found out this women is breeding at least 3 pair each breeding season. all fine till they get into the wrong homes.
    I would rather see them keep to sanitories & the like then breed by poeple that will sell them to the public.

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    Actually I have a photo of one!
    Her names Keira.


    They arn't exactly pets. You need a licence to own one, and when not with people, must be in a yard with 6ft fences and always on leads when out of the yard.
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    I already know of dingo's in not the best enclosures, these rules are not being policed.
    Lovely dingo but sad she will be in prison all her life.......................
    Why can we not just let them be wild dogs as they're meant to be?
    And before anyone says they are going to be lost to us without poeple breeding them should come out with me 1 night dingo spotting there are plenty.

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    CD, only a small amount of Dingoes in the wild are purebred. Something like 17%.
    They are actually endangered.
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