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    Check these out
    Video: Amazing dingoes and Video: Super-smart dingoes .

    Amazing.

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    i adore dingoes one of my all time favourite animals
    that place looks like a dingo sanctuary i went to!

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    Wow just amazing

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    My horse was known as the locksmith - because he would open gates. The one the dingo opened - would be no challenge for him either. Long tongue and knew how to use it. Most amazing was he could open a snap shackle - the sort of thing that is usually found on the end of a dog lead to clip to the collar. And he'd let all his friends out too. I never knew him to drag a table for access, but he did learn to test the electric fence with his whiskers. One time I found him playing with a gate, repeatedly opening it and then closing it and opening it.

    He wasn't so good with bike locks. Ended up getting a combo lock chain to keep one particular gate shut. Combo was written on the post. He didn't get that one open tho I'm pretty sure if he'd just leaned on it it would have broken.

    And my mum's last dog could remove a cherry ripe from its wrapper and the wrapper would look untouched.

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    Great vids aren't they, the one that dragged the tables name is Sterling. Maddogdodge they are at the dingo discovery sanctuary and research centre outside of Melbourne. Is that the one you went to?
    If you find yourself going through hell; Don't stay. Just keep on going.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beau View Post
    Great vids aren't they, the one that dragged the tables name is Sterling. Maddogdodge they are at the dingo discovery sanctuary and research centre outside of Melbourne. Is that the one you went to?
    Yep sure is, was an amazing experience!

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