Dingo of the week! ‘Howdy ya’ll,
The names Clyde!
I know, I know I’m a dashing gent. Now before we get carried away let me tell you a little about myself. I came to Sydney Dingo Rescue as a boisterous juvenile not too long after my baby sister Tash and just before my brother Bugsy. Life was a little tough for us as wee pups, but slowly we are getting on the right track. Whilst I love to play and give lots of kisses, I take a little while to get use to strangers. After all, some people are scary!
My rescuers give me so much love but I know it’s hard feeding a big, strong dingo like myself! So whilst I am not quite ready to find my forever home, they have asked me to write a little message asking if anyone would like to sponsor me?
I promise I will pose for lots of silly photos to brighten your days!’ ~ Clyde Dingo
We are a volunteer run organisation who recieve no government funding. This means we rely on donations from our sponsorship program to help keep everyone fed and happy!
If you would like to sponsor Clyde the dashing dingo follow the link below:
Sometimes it’s not about how perfect things look; it’s about how much fun everyone had! Don’t get hung up making things perfect with your training, make sure it’s fun first and then work on making it better.
Lovely day for our adventure Sunday! It’s amazing watching these two (who are such different dogs in most ways) develop their relationship. Plus we bumped into @living_with_jet and had some lovely play time.
A lovely example of play swapping here. Evie changes from being the chaser to being chased. Evie’s play styles and desire to play in general are heavily influenced by the environment she’s in. Places like this are when she’s most relaxed and her play style benefits hugely.
Research shows that dingos can actually increase livestock productivity, despite snacking on the occasional lamb. They also keep down the numbers of feral foxes ands cats, which helps small native mammals. 📷 Sam Fraser-Smith
Never thought I'd be living with a Dingo! First time I've legit been afraid of a dog. It took us a few days to trust each other. I love her SO MUCH! Her name is Rosie 🌹 and she's my baby girl. She'll cuddle, give kisses, get belly rubs and all that. But try her not. She don't play about her family.