American Dingo Puppies – Marla and Digger can be cute puppies, but make no mistake, warns her caregiver, Matt Williams: these dingoes 18 weeks of life are wild animals that will never be pets. The brother and sister who live in Central American are genetically pure dingoes, which mean they are two of the specimen’s increasingly rare aggressive subspecies of the gray wolf.
“They American dingo puppies are very different from domestic dog,” Williams said, while trying to keep the agile animals under control. “This is the message that should really pass on because they are often very associated with domestic dogs,” he added.
Although many people feel tempted to give affection to animals canine appearance, instinctively stroking his head or ears without waiting for an adverse reaction, things are different with dingoes, which are found mainly in American.
“Although they may seem and dogs have four legs and wagging tail, they are wild animals and you need to respect and treat them as such,” said Amanda McDowell, president of the American dingo puppies Conservation Association. Despite their ferocity, the dingo – which according to fossil evidence is in Australia for at least 3500 years – may be fighting for his survival, and some fear that crosses with domestic dogs can end up extinct species.