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    I would prefer In WA so I can personally view the parents and meet the breeders(I have family all over WA so easy to get accommodation ) but will consider from over East with impeccable references

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    Hi sorry to bump an old post but I was wondering if anyone had heard anything about any WA dingo breeders. My mother has been advised by her vet to begin preparing to put her Old Blue heeler/red heeler cross to sleep due to a large number of health problems. So I am looking to get her a pup sooner than later as she would like a new pup in the family before Bear passes so He can 'teach' the new pup the routine.
    I haven't told her I am looking for a dingo for her but she has said she is looking to get a new pup in the next few months. I had hoped to have a bit more time but The vet believes another year would be cruel to him.

    Thanks in advance

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    Thanks to everyone who had a look round for me. I have found a Dingo pup for my Mum he will be ready for my mum in about 2 weeks. This little boy is currently known as #5



    He comes with full vaccinations and a vet check, and they are even going to deliver him to my mother's door for me yay.

    He is one of the quieter pups in the litter and will do well with my mum and the rest of the household

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    Cute! I love dingos... They are so cute and interesting to watch in the wild

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    Please keep us posted, interesting story and a breed we hear little about. Photos too please

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    I would gladly keep everyone up to date with little fella, as I am always glad to be an advocate for this amazing breed. When he actually gets to my Mum I will post more about him, he is a little over 6 weeks so he is staying with his mum and sibling for another 2 weeks, which I was glad to hear when the owner of the bitch insisted. Which was another reason I was happy to get a pup from the guy.
    Last edited by Drag0ncharm; 08-07-2012 at 10:41 PM.

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    How is the dingo faring now? Do you know of any available?

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    Any one know of a dingo pup or dog looking for a good home?

    Quote Originally Posted by Janadele View Post
    How is the dingo faring now? Do you know of any available?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janadele View Post
    Any one know of a dingo pup or dog looking for a good home?
    Sorry, but in the states most of us live they are not to be kept as pets. As far as I know the lady that posted this did end up with a gorgeous dingo pup, but it took a long time to find a breeder and a pup available. Good luck!

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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