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dogs ever since he was 14 years old.
players, NFL players, professional
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He has trained dogs in 18 states
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and has spent several years working with high
level executive protection dogs who make wonderful
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Animal Communicator and Master
who has authored 6 books on Animal Communication
and has been featured in several TV
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with Carmen & John LaMarca.
Her uncanny insight
into 'animal thought' comes from having intimately
worked with over 6,200 animals during the past
30 years, which is why we trust her profound
experience when she speaks.
Dr. Susan Lauten
Lauten has a Masters in Animal Nutrition
and a Ph.D in Biomedical Sciences.
Recently a guest of
Marty Becker on "Top Vets Talk Pets"
and interviewed by The Oregon Live,
she has authored several peer-reviewed articles
and veterinary nutrition reference book chapters.
With 5 years of experience teaching Veterinary
Nutrition at a Veterinary Teaching Hospital,
Dr. Lauten brings unequalled veterinary perspective
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has a current practice which teaches nearly
200 young dog owners to train
their dogs in obedience and
Having spent over 40 years training
dogs, Sally has proven experience in helping
dogs to love and obey their owners and bond
deeply with them - while guiding owners to truly
appreciate the wonderful gift of friendship
this inevitably brings.
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Dingo: Origin, Personality, Fitness & Health
Group: Southern, Hounds
Country of Origin, History of the breed
Though the Dingo dog is now
found in Australia (except Tasmania) it is
not truly native to Australia. There are two
theories suggested about its arrival to Australian
shores. According to one theory, Aboriginal
people brought in the Dingoes to Australian
over 15,000 years ago. And according to the
other theory the Dingo could have been related
to the semi-wild dogs that are found throughout
South East Asia- these had been brought to
Australia by seafarers. Such people could
have been using the dogs for trading purposes
and/or for consumption. Some Australian native
groups had also at a time kept these dogs
as an emergency source of food.
The dogs are believed to be the
direct descendants of the original pariahs from
the Middle East and Southeastern Asia though they
became savage and returned to the wild. The Dingoes
preying on man’s livestock like sheep and
rabbit had given rise to an untidy and quarrelsome
relation between man and Dingoes. However, with
a little bit of effort these dogs can be re-domesticated
pretty easily- at least to a certain extent. Dingoes
retain the pariah traits of flight and wariness
though and in many areas of Australia legal provisions
forbid the keeping of the dogs.
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Description of the Dog
The dog has a shorthaired soft
coat. The color of this coat ranges from reddish
ginger, rust, yellow to brown and, rarely, also
to black with white points on the feet, snout and
tail-tip. The length, density and texture of the
coat vary according to climate. The dog’s
head has got an alert expression with mobile, small,
rounded erect ears. The dingo’s eyes are intense
and vary in color from yellow to orange. The dog’s
tail is pretty long and well furred and appears
bushy. Dingoes, however, do not have dewclaws.
Height: The dog’s
height varies between 17 inches and 25 inches.
dogs weigh 40-70 pounds. However dogs of much higher
weights have also been documented.
Temperament of the Dog
Dingo dogs have never been fully
domesticated. They do not qualify as friends or
companions like many other dogs. There can be some
reasons cited for this though- remote isolation
of the animal and lack of human intervention. Previously
untrained, adult Dingoes just cannot be obedience
A Dingo pup may, however, be obedience
trained in the best manner with the display of kindness
and patience and the extending of firm yet gentle
efforts. Such pups to be trained should be the ones
taken from the litter before six weeks of age. Once
over ten weeks old, the pups are certainly not to
be taken out of the wild.
Some unusual traits can be observed
in the Dingoes too. They are great tree climbers.
They stay interestingly aloof at times. The Dingoes
have only one breeding cycle a year unlike other
dogs. Female Dingoes, unlike ordinary bitches, choose
a single mate for life. The bitches may even mourn
themselves to death after the loss of their partners.
The Dingo dam may place the litter of pups in the
hollow of a tree thus securing their protection
from all sides while placing herself in guarding
position at the front.
The Dingo dogs exhibit strong co-operative
instincts- vocalizing together before a hunt. They
live and hunt in packs of various sizes. They do
not bark like other dogs. Instead a distinctive
yelping or howling can be heard from them at times.
The dogs do not also prefer to swim. If needed by
they will only wade through water.
Dingoes staying in the wild always
tend to shy away from human beings. They also rarely
show aggression. They tend to run away rather than
attack and bite humans. During breeding season (around
May/June) the male dingoes kept as pets become very
Being an undomesticated animal
the dog gets lot of exercises in the wild. So, individuals
owning the animal need take these dogs on a long
walk or jog everyday in order to provide them the
exercise that they need.
Being wild dogs Dingoes are not
to be taken into the apartment. They are best kept
in a securely fenced enclosure. The dogs can withstand
hot climates. They only need sufficient space for
activity. Owners must make sure not to take them
off their leashes when in a park.
The Dingo has got a natural weather-resistant
coat. This takes care of itself and no specific
grooming requirements are there. The dog also does
not have any doggie odor.
The breed does not suffer from
any specific health problem.
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