Sex: Male Australian Dingo Foundation, Toolern Vale, Victoria. Sex: Male The dingo is a unique, wild canid species that needs to be appreciated as a vital “cog”, for the functioning of the “wheel”, that is our Australian environment. Gefällt 16.708 Mal. I just wanted to make sure that the humans didn’t forget who was boss! I always have an opinion and make sure you know it. Companion: KeeKee Desert Dingo Rescue. Not Now. The dingo (Canis dingo) is an iconic, Australian native wild canid, which is loved by a huge majority of the populace. Colour: Black and Tan Type of Dingo: Alpine Other Info: You might notice that I have a bit of a goofy smile. Type of Dingo: Alpine Background: I was born at the Dingo Discovery and Research Centre before I found a new home. About: Despite my unique colouring, my DNA results show that I’m a pure dingo just like Wandi who was also found in the wild! Sometimes I get lucky and they forget to put the bin back inside and I get to rummage through it looking for treats! Companion: None as yet! Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2015. Age: Adult 15 mil curtidas. About: I am a little shy when I first meet people and even of some of the taller volunteers! About: Hi, my name is Indi and I’m much more outgoing than my brother Henry! Colour: Ginger . Australian Dingo Foundation, Toolern Vale, Victoria. Australian Dingo Foundation, Toolern Vale, Victoria. Sex: Male About: When I first came to the sanctuary, I was very unsure and nervous. Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2018. This is primarily due to their important ecological function as Australia’s only terrestrial top predator, where regulation and suppression of many species such as kangaroos, rabbits, foxes and cats, naturally promotes ecosystem balance. Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2016. That’s my way of letting you know I’m ok for you to pat me now- behind the ears please and on my rump, they’re my favourite spots. Sex: Male The humans think it’s one of the best Alpine tails they’ve ever seen! I enjoy chasing and play hunting the other dingo cubs and it’s a real blast! I spend most of my time scoping out all the humans that come for tours. I look forward to breakfast every single day – and sometimes I even like to play with the humans. I love chasing the other dingoes and finding all the best bugs and grubs in the dirt. Sex: Female Sex: Male I can even climb a vertical gate in .5 seconds flat! Type of Dingo: Alpine I can be a bit shy so am often hiding when new people come to visit, but I love my longer term volunteers! Age: Adult Type of Dingo: Alpine Age: Senior Other Info: The volunteers say I am very cheeky little dingo and is seen as a bit of a trickster and is full of beans! My hobbies include chomping on grass and on the volunteers at the sanctuary if they aren’t giving me enough love and affection! Type of Dingo: Alpine Other Info: Us tropical dingoes can climb with ease! About: Clyde is my name but I also get called “cheeky butt” or “little monster” as I’m a cheeky little dingo and sometimes cause trouble for the volunteers. Age: Adult Other Info: I often put my ears back to remind the humans just how much I LOOOOOOVE them. Type of Dingo: Desert Organización sin fines de lucro. Cold also, but weather has no effect on our two recent wild born rescue dingoes, who have become firm friends, showing their joy at having a running mate with similar abilities. Companion: Pepper Type of Dingo: Desert Age: Adult I love her so much! Companion: Hermione Age: Adult Sex: Female 16 mil Me gusta. But be warned, if you don’t hold onto the brush, my sister Pipi and I will run off with it the first chance that we get. Other Info: You can visit my sisters at Kyabram Fauna Park in Victoria or Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary in QLD! It is a medium-sized canine that possesses a lean, hardy body adapted for speed, agility, and stamina. Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2014. 52.1k Followers, 98 Following, 629 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Wandi Dingo (@wandi_dingo) About: My partner Doc can get pretty nervous, so I work as his emotional support dingo. Other Info: I am an alpine dingo which means I have an awesome brush tail which helps keep me warm at night! Companion: Sooty Companion: Wandi Age: Adult It was probably introduced to Australia by Asian seafarers about 4,000 years ago. Colour: Ginger Type of Dingo: Alpine I am named Bandit because when I was a cub, I had a very ‘Zorro’-esque mask marking on my face, though the only things I steal are people’s hearts. Age: Adult Background: I was born on K’gari but was smuggled off the island as a young cub to be a guard dog in Western Australia. Colour: Ginger Type of Dingo: Alpine Sex: Male Now I have a wolf-like head and am one of the largest dingoes at the Sanctuary! That’s because we don’t live in snow (there is nowhere in Australia where there is snow all year round) so being pure white would be very obvious! Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2011. I really enjoy digging dens and sometimes hiding inside the big logs in the yards! The dingo's three main coat colourations are light ginger or tan, black and tan, or creamy white. I love belly rubs and if your hands aren’t scratching my belly they are not being used properly! Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2020. Those results showed exactly what the dingo conservationists were hoping for: Wandi is 100 percent Australian alpine dingo, the foundation announced last week. Type of Dingo: Alpine Sex: Female My new best friend is Bandit, and he is teaching me a lot about being a full-grown dingo! So much so that they even built me my own climbing gym! Lives with: Indi (his sister) Background: I was found in Northern NSW on the side of the road as a young cub. I will often give our volunteers a bit of fun trying to get me back in from the exercise yards! The Dingo is Australia's wild dog. Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2017. About: I’m a very excitable dingo that loves food! Companion: Pumbah Background: I was found all alone in NSW and rescued before coming to the Dingo Discovery Sanctuary and Research Centre. I can be quite a shy dingo, but I love the humans that care for me at the sanctuary. The short work is by Yosef Lasarow, a newer arrival to Australia, who came with great appreciation for the country’s unique beauty and animals. Did you know that I am Pumbah’s mum? Once I get to know you I will jump all over you! Type of Dingo: Alpine Companion: Kimmi I am unique dingo as I LOVE humans and I’ve been really lucky to work as an ambassador dingo. In order to bring relief and a glimmer of hope to the survival of a species that if left alone, would thrive, The Australian Dingo Foundation was formed in 2006. Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2017. About: My full name is Winkye Warnu, which is indigenous for ‘Doesn’t Listen’. Despite adoption in 2010 of an Action Statement to conserve the dingo into the future, successive Victorian Governments have turned their back and continued to support the demise of this keystone predator, crucial to any balance in wild eco-systems. Ver más de Australian Dingo Foundation en Facebook. Colour: Ginger Background: I was born at the Dingo Discovery Sanctuary and Research Centre! Dingoes are currently considered threatened by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), but it has been largely left up to sanctuaries, such as ours, to fight for the protection and future of the dingo. Think of a very hungry Chewbacca… whoever that is!! Sex: Female Australian Wildlife Conservancy. Other Info: My father was a Black and Tan dingo, meaning I likely carry the black and tan gene – a recessive but natural gene found within the dingo population. Type of Dingo: Alpine Colour: Black and Tan Colour: Ginger During late autumn the grow a second thicker coat for warmth which usually sheds by mid to late spring. Companion: Dolly Colour: Ginger @, Did you know that black and tan is a pure dingo co, Alpine dingo Hermione looking stunning today in th, Our pups got to adventure in a new yard today! About: You might already know this but I have my own Instagram page, @wandi_dingo, which has over 50,000 followers! Background: I was born at a sanctuary in NSW and made my way to the Dingo Discovery Sanctuary and Research Centre to be part of the conservation breeding program. I’m Ebony and I’m told that I’m a real character. Yum yum!! Sex: Male She is the same age as me and we have lots of energy and lots in common. 15 mil Me gusta. About: Hi there, my name is Crikey! Australian Dingo Foundation, Toolern Vale, Victoria. I also have a little cowlick of hair behind my head which gives me a cute little mohawk. Australian Dingo Foundation director Lyn Watson said that when Wandi "fell out of the sky" it was an "answer to a prayer" -- he can now join 40 other dingoes in a breeding program at the charity's sanctuary. Companion: None as yet! Colour: Ginger Other Info: Dingoes live wild on K’gari and are all ginger. As an ambassador dingo I’ve attended many events to show everyone just how wonderful dingoes truly are! Companion: Petal Companion: Saxon Type of Dingo: Desert I can’t wait to hopefully become an ambassador dingo of the sanctuary and show everyone how amazing dingoes are! Since DNA testing became available in 1994, all of the breeding lines at the Sanctuary have been subjected to molecular examination, which has been carried out by world-renowned molecular biologist, Professor Alan Wilton, at the University of NSW. About: As one of the more dignified gentleman dingoes at the sanctuary I enjoy the finer things in life such as lazing in the sun, chasing the butterflies and making sure the humans know that I want my food…and I want it now! About: Hey! Other Info: I have the best “side eye” of the sanctuary dingoes! Though I can be a very shy boy, I have a big heart and warm personality. Whilst our colony consists of mostly the “alpine” dingo ecotype, and the mtDNA of all dingoes is virtually identical, we strive to keep all ecotypes, including “desert” and “tropical”, separate in our breeding program. Australian Dingo Foundation We use cookies on this website to ensure you have the best possible shopping experience. I can be a little shy at first around new people but if I get to know you then I’ll shower you with love and affection. Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2017. Background: I was born in the wild somewhere around NSW or Victorian border. Wandi Dingo. o. Crear cuenta nueva. Colour: Ginger About: Listen up, my name is Beri and I’m one of the most handsomest cream dingoes you’ll ever meet… And don’t I know it! Sex: Female Close Share options Our ecotype is threatened due to habitat loss and persecution, primarily from the agricultural industry. I often try to take attention away from Pumbah and will sneak up behind you to have a cuddle or two. Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2012. Type of Dingo: Alpine Other Info: I feature regularly on Wandi’s Instagram account and is a superstar when it comes to presentations and meeting visitors! ** Please not that during puppy season sanctuary tours are mid-week ONLY. We are so glad, Make sure you tune into our Facebook Live this wee, Clyde is posing for #tongueouttuesday About: I am a very sweet and gentle boy. Australian Dingo Foundation is a non-profit organisation that welcomes donors, both individually and corporate, large or small. Colour: Ginger The Australian Dingo Foundation is a not-for-profit organization established to promote the conservation of the dingo (Canis dingo) as a species, and to help ... maintain biodiversity in Australian ecosystems. Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2010. Australian Dingo Foundation, Toolern Vale, Victoria. I dislike the amount of time Wandi spends trying to bite my face… lovingly (he insists). Age: Juvenile Wandi Dingo. Companion: Ooti (her brother) Age: Juvenile Age: Adult Companion: Simba 16 tusind Synes godt om. Sex: Male Related Pages. Other Info: On cold days you can usually find me snuggled up to KeeKee in a dingo croissant to stay warm! During late autumn the grow a second thicker coat for warmth which usually sheds by mid to late spring. Sex: Male Age: Juvenile Age: Juvenile I get these markings from my father, Crikey. Sex: Male Age: Adult They are mostly ginger in colour, whilst in forested areas the fur can be a darker tan to black. It has been sufficiently wet to fill our paddock pond, which has been a seldom event lately. About: I don’t like to brag…Ok, who am I kidding? Other Info: I have a lighter shade of fur on my face which gives my eyebrows that extra pop. Colour: Ginger About: I’m really food orientated and before I go out to exercise, I always have to double check that the volunteers have closed the kitchen door properly. Colour: Ginger Other Info: I am quite a bouncy dingo and love to make sure the humans don’t forget my food by splashing mud ALL over them! About: Hi! Other Info: As a desert dingo we can run a lot faster than the slowpoke alpines, but I am well beyond that now and simply spend my days enjoying the wonderful life that I have! Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2018. Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2019. Sex: Male I am used to using all of my other dingo senses to get around and I know every corner of the sanctuary. Type of Dingo: Tropical Australian Dingo Foundation, Toolern Vale, Victoria. Companion: Bonnie Log In. or. The Tropical dingo is located in the forests and wetlands across north and north-western Australia. See more of Australian Dingo Foundation on Facebook. Private tours of the Dingo Discovery Sanctuary and Research Centre are available via appointment subject to volunteer availability. Colour: White/Cream The Australian Dingo Foundation's sanctuary says Wandi's story has helped raise awareness about the plight of the alpine dingo. Companion: Chubbah Type of Dingo: Alpine Companion: Sassafras Age: Adult It’s a cultural issue, where the fear of what may be possible is more real than what does, or is likely to occur. Age: Juvenile The humans call me Sassy for short and I am a gorgeous alpine dingo! Dingoes are either wild-born or captive-bred, ranging from all parts of Australia. I love to throw my head back and howl to make sure everyone knows where I am. About: I was chosen to stay at the Dingo Discovery Sanctuary and Research Centre as Wandi’s partner as I had three rambunctious older brothers and could handle a wild-born male! Companion: Bandit Colour: Ginger Wandi was found in a family's back garden in the small town of Wandiligong in Victoria in August, and it is believed that he was dropped there by a bird of prey. Age: Adult Age: Juvenile Age: Juvenile I was just trying to be playful with the kids but then I was hurt so they took me to the sanctuary instead. I am not very fond of people I’ve never met before so I usually hide in my den and only come out when I feel safe. Background: I was born in the wild in Victoria near a town called Jamieson. Sex: Male Colour: Ginger with a little sable We do better on sand or salt flats! Ahora no. Partner: Aussie. Sex: Female Other Info: Alpine dingoes are found along the south-eastern seaboard of Australia. Wandi was later moved to the dingo foundation's sanctuary while results of a DNA test were pending. Type of Dingo: Alpine I always know where they are trying to hide the treats and I never let anything get past my nose! Companion: Crikey I enjoy telling all the young dingo whippersnappers what I think but for some reason they just don’t like playing bingo. I chat away to remind the humans to get me breakfast, to take me out for adventures, to give me attention and sometimes just because I can. Type of Dingo: Alpine ABN 73 125 299 489 P.O. Other Info: I’m a desert dingo so very active and love to run and jump! Sex: Female But once you get to know me you will realise that I am very gentle and sweet, and that I just want to feel safe and be with my best friend, Crusoe. Age: Senior Alpine dingoes are found in high elevation areas of the Australian Alps along eastern Australia. I’m a cheeky dingo with a strong personality and I make sure that everyone knows it. Age: Adult Age: Senior About: As the smallest adult dingo at the sanctuary you might think that I’m a little shy, but I have one of the biggest personalities! We have a stocky build and our hallmark is a fluffy tail. If you’re not careful I will try and steal Daisy’s food from right under her nose! Sex: Male Not only are our dingoes pure, but also they are, for the most part, tractable and socialised. Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2012. WA Dingo Association Incorporated. Colour: Ginger Age: Juvenile They have a finer stature, lack the double coat the other dingo types, and are generally ginger and creamy white in colour. Companion: Mahla Companion: Pippi (my sister) Other Info: I have a unique colour pattern that sets me apart from the other dingoes at the sanctuary! Age: Juvenile Other Info: Just because I am old doesn’t mean I’m not as active as some of the other dingoes! Established in 1990, aims to Preserve and conserve the gene pool of the original dingo, educate the public on the species ecological function in Australian ecosystems, Facilitate non-invasive scientific research, and Participate in the future rehabilitation of the dingo. Companion: Beri Age: Adult Sex: Male Companion: Koda But now I have gained confidence and I love the other dingoes and the humans who work here. Although we may look like kelpies, Black and Tan dingoes are pure and the kelpie colouration may have come from them. I’m a little wary of strangers but once I get to know you I am very friendly and cuddly. Sex: Male Páginas relacionadas. If I get the chance, I will smother you with kisses but only on my terms. I love playing in water and chasing Wandi around the paddocks. Background: I was born at another sanctuary and transferred to the Dingo Discovery Sanctuary and Research Centre when I was a young cub. Colour: Ginger I’m not a big fan of crowds but give me a quiet open paddock and some nice smells and I’m happy. Other Info: I have one of the fluffiest tails at the sanctuary. Other Info: I always get mistaken for a Kelpie… but it’s likely that kelpies got their colours from us Dingoes instead! Alpine dingoes are found in high elevation areas of the Australian Alps along eastern Australia. But now I have come out of my shell and I love it here. About: I came to the Dingo Discovery Sanctuary and Research Centre as a young pup and have lived here ever since. Background: I was born in the wild in South Australia but came to the sanctuary as a rescue. Companion: Polly Tours run for 1.5 hours at either 11am or 2pm, and are available via appointment subject to volunteer availability. Servicio de rescate de animales. Australian Dingo Foundation, Toolern Vale, Victoria. Colour: Ginger They are found broadly across Central Australia. Colour: Ginger Mi piace: 16.648. That is why our policy is never to see the dingo as a “breed”, under the artificial selection processes of canine associations. Sex: Male Organización sin fines de lucro. Age: Juvenile I enjoy chasing and play-hunting the other dingo cubs and it’s a real blast! Sex: Male Companion: Wirra Background: I was born at the Dingo Discovery Sanctuary and Research Centre. Australian Dingo Foundation, Toolern Vale, Victoria. Type of Dingo: Alpine Age: Adult Type of Dingo: Alpine For some reason they don’t find me doing zoomies around the paddock with the dingo brush as fun as I do! Companion: Ernie I love my sister Indi though and we play and rough house all the time! Other Info: I like to make sure I am heard by, well, everybody. Type of Dingo: Alpine Other Info: I’m still a bit shy but I’m learning how to live my best Dingo life at the Sanctuary! Background: Cooma was born at the Dingo Discovery Sanctuary and Research Centre. I hope to be as gorgeous as they are! My name is Crusoe and I have been blind since I was very small. I hurt my jaw as a pup before I lived at the sanctuary and it set that way. Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2017. Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2020. Sex: Female About: I can be a little shy when I meet new people or when I see something new but once I feel comfortable, I can be one of the sweetest, most affectionate and cheekiest dingoes you’ll meet. Non-profit organisation. Type of Dingo: Alpine Sex: Male I am a big ball of energy and I love nothing more than running around, spinning and checking everything out to make sure everything is in order. Partner: Clyde I love being fussed over and will patiently wait my turn for attention (unlike some other dingoes!). Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2008. Background: I was the only girl in a little of four for first time parents Ebony and Bandit. I love all the volunteers because they give me food and treats and scratch behind my ear. Its taxonomic classification is debated. Colour: Ginger I will always make sure that my opinion is heard and I prefer to hang out with another dingo when I’m out and about! Lyn Watson, who directs the Australian Dingo Foundation, told the Australian Broadcasting Corp. that of the three types of Australian dingoes, which include inland and tropical, alpine dingoes like Wandi are the only ones currently in danger of extinction. They are fun to chew! The Dingo Discovery Sanctuary and Research Centre, is a unique conservation establishment set on 40 acres in the picturesque foothills of the Macedon Ranges., 35 minutes from Melbourne’s CBD. Age: Juvenile The Australian Dingo Foundation is a team of dedicated volunteers who undertake various tasks to ensure the wellbeing and high quality of care for the resident animals, as well as an array of ancillary tasks such as veterinary, legal and investment advice, molecular laboratory work, recreational training, fundraising, school education visits, and attendance at public and community events. Companion: Daisy I can find my way to every paddock and back to my pen all on my own! The Dingo Discovery Sanctuary and Research Centre now houses the largest number of pure, unrelated dingo bloodlines in the world. Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2020. About: Growing up I was actually a pretty shy dingo but my partner, Mahla, has helped bring me out of my shell and now I am training to be an ambassador dingo! Other Info: Just like my sister, Pippi, I have long white socks and I also have a white patch on the back of my neck. Colour: Ginger Figura pública. You can also follow me on Instagram at @pumbahthedingo. I totally do…I’m the best climber at the sanctuary! About: Hi! Other Info: Alpine dingoes are found along the south-eastern seaboard of Australia. Australian Dingo Foundation, Toolern Vale, Victoria. The Australian Dingo Foundation said Wandi was found in a backyard in northeastern Victoria state in August and was housed at their sanctuary while they awaited the results of his DNA test. By continuing to browse the site we'll assume you're happy to receive cookies. We are so glad, Make sure you tune into our Facebook Live this wee, Clyde is posing for #tongueouttuesday Colour: Black and Tan About: The humans say I’m one of the sweetest dingoes at the Sanctuary! I can be a little cheeky at times, but I’m cute so that makes up for it… right?! Australian Dingo Foundation. Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2017. Type of Dingo: Alpine I enjoy leisurely strolls and yelling at the humans if they don’t bring me my food fast enough. We have a stocky build and our hallmark fluffy tail. Type of Dingo: Alpine Type of Dingo: Alpine Colour: Ginger Our ecotype is threatened due to habitat loss and persecution, primarily from the agricultural industry. Other Info: I don’t let my blindness stop me and I can be incredibly gentle and loving! About: I love cuddles and I’m a very affectionate dingo. Dingoes have faced ongoing cultural persecution via bounty hunts, trapping and 1080 baiting. Sex: Female Non-profit organisation. Other Info: I’m a white dingo, but as you can see I look more cream than white! Age: Adult Companion: Crusoe Other Info: I used to climb to the top of my pen and wait for breakfast. Sex: Female Iniciar sesión ¿Olvidaste tu cuenta? Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2013. Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2009. On the contrary, many studies are finding a case for the re-introduction of the dingo into previously occupied habitat ranges, in order to return some balance to environmentally degraded areas, as a result of unregulated and out-dated farming practices. Type of Dingo: K’gari (Fraser Island) Sex: Female About: As the sanctuary’s hall monitor, I make sure to let out a chuff or a bark howl if there is something not quite right! Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2008. Type of Dingo: Alpine Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2010. Sex: Female Companion: Delilah Other Info: I am is a very observant dingo, and very fast! I can’t wait to hopefully become an ambassador dingo of the sanctuary and show everyone how amazing cream dingoes are!! Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2020. Sex: Female Colour: Ginger I like to think I’m the boss of the sanctuary, but Kimmi thinks that’s her instead! Other Info: I tend to hide away when there are visitors at the sanctuary because I’m a bit of a shy dingo. Sex: Female 16 mil Me gusta. Dingo Den … About: Hi, I am Aussie! The Australian Dingo Foundation has a growing membership, and a team of dedicated volunteers who undertake various tasks to ensure the wellbeing and high quality of care for the resident animals, as well as an array of ancillary tasks such as veterinary, legal and investment advice, molecular laboratory work, recreational training, fundraising, school education visits, and attendance at public and community … Type of Dingo: Alpine Create New Account. My favourite thing to do is to run around with my friend, Koda, who was also rescued. Australian Wildlife Conservancy. Other Info: I’m a desert dingo so I love to run and climb. You can also see glimpses of me on Pumbah’s Instagram page @pumbahthedingo. The volunteers tell me that my job as an ambassador is very important because people get to learn about my fellow dingoes, but I just like all the treats and pats! I like to believe that I am the alpha dingo of the sanctuary, and that all others should bend to my will!! Colour: Ginger Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2017, Background: I was born at the Dingo Discovery Sanctuary and Research Centre. Age: Adult o. Crear cuenta nueva. Sex: Female 16 हज़ार पसंद. Age: Juvenile I arrived at the sanctuary as a five-week-old cub and his story made headlines all over the world! We blend in with forested environments really well! But don’t worry, I pay for those belly rubs with gentle, little kisses. Colour: Ginger Colour: White / Cream Year of Arrival at the Sanctuary: 2015. Type of Dingo: Desert Colour: Ginger Colour: Ginger 16 हज़ार पसंद. About: The volunteers at the sanctuary call my brother and I monsters because we love getting attention as well as stealing anything they’re holding. Partner: Cooma Sex: Female If being purchased as a gift please email dingodiscovery@yahoo.com.au after payment is processed and we can arrange a gift certificate. 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