...but every attempt at trying to find an image of the Indonesian dog resulted in images of captured dogs in bags being beaten with sticks whilst still alive to tenderize their meat...and scenes of street vendors selling cooked dog in Indonesia.
The wild dog of South East Asia most resembles the dingo:
DOHLES IN A PACK.
New Guinea Singing DogDingo on Frazer Island, Australia.
There is evidence for year-round breeding, although the peak breeding season was in winter and spring, producing up to 4 cubs per litter (typically 2 or 3), carrying the young in a pouch for up to 3 months and protecting them until they were at least half adult size. Early pouch young were hairless and blind, but they had their eyes open and were fully furred by the time they left the pouch. After leaving the pouch until they were developed enough to assist, the juveniles would remain in the lair while the female hunted.
Thank you for the link!