The stray puppy turned out to be a rare Australian Alpine Dingo!

Most of the dingos in the wild possess pure or high content dingo DNA however feral dogs in the wild are rare as they can’t survive the [ha.rsh] conditions and don’t have the survival instincts or traits that the dingo has who is born in the wild and taught by their dingo alphas.

Wandi is a puppy that [fell down] from the sky mysteriously. This pup was discovered in a backyard in Wandiligong, Australia. The family that the backyard belonged to found the pup after hearing a whimpering sound.

Apparently, this ball of fluff turned out to be a very rare Australian alpine dingo. After realizing that the pup owned foxlike facial features the family took him to the “Alpine Animal Hospital” with hopes of getting a DNA test to discover his breed. Dr. Rebekah Day, the veterinarian who inspected Wandi, observed some marks on the creature’s back.

The marks appeared to be that of the claws of an eagle and it was possible that an eagle carried the pup and dropped him onto the ground from the sky. Fortunately for Wandi, the Australian Dingo Foundation received information regarding the pup and requested that the pup be transferred to their sanctuary. The Australian Dingo Foundation is a non-profit organization that focuses on the conservation of wild canids.

Alpine dingos are facing [ex.tinc.tion]. A few reasons behind this are hunting, interbreeding, and habitat [de.stru.ction]. It is clear that in most parts of Australia, the domestic-dog-dingo hybrid population dominates over purebreds.

What a beautiful baby 💖

Even though Wandi was merely a pup when he was taken to the sanctuary, he has since grown up so much. The Australian Dingo Foundation hopes to provide a safe home for Wandi as well as make him a vital part of their breeding program.

Adorable and special 🙏❤️🐾🐾

A fun fact is that dingoes, unlike most other breeds, don’t have dewclaws. Dingoes hunt their food, eating any prey animal that they can find. They protect their territories and run in packs

Dog behaviour is related 99.9% to their owner’s training.
The same applies to a dog, or any animal, so that you guide them with positive reward training – including children – and boundaries in behaviour within the home and when outside away from home.

It’s pedigree is secondary to its intrinsic value as a life.
Dingos are great dogs to own.
Good luck keeping him yarded while your at work!

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