I accidently am now owning a Dingo (dont ask)
She is truly not like other dogs I have owned
Truly a pack animal, it has the need for a greeting ritual, is very quiet, rarely barks and I would NOT want to be the one to be confronted by her in a dark alley, a truly scary sight when she is angry.
All in all, a very strange experience having her around.
Cleburne, did you stop on your way to Dauphin Island to see those pitcher plants I told you about?
posted on 11/30/2001 3:14:37 PM PST
"All in all, a very strange experience having her around."
Well, let's see the picture of her.
posted on 11/30/2001 3:16:42 PM PST
Do you live in australia? Or do you mean a "dixie dingo"?
I have a red heeler (Australian Cattle Dog) which have Dingos as one of the foundation breeds and he is totally into greating rituals and has the most amazing teeth and although very shy and spooky, has the first impulse to attack and rip out one's throat. I had an intruder once and he chased him out with one lunge and noise, not a bark, more like a hummmmppppphhhh and then hid for the next 24 hours because he had scared himself.
posted on 11/21/2002 7:10:05 PM PST
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