ok, bout a year ago, a stray was on my porch when i got home from work. She was young, friendly, and smart. I had no idea what kind of dog she is, but I'm in Tn, in a small town. A mutt was not suprising. However, the more people who see her, the more they swear she is a Dingo. At least part dingo. Now, I'm curious as to how an Australian wild og showed up on my porch in Columbia Tennessee. I'll upload a couple of pictures and tell me what you think. And by the way, the wikipedia entrance for dingo looks JUST like her. Its a little odd....but she is very cool, so i'm ok with it.
Also, she killed a deer....by her self. Now, i think it was wounded, but she still chased it down, killed it, and ate it. She is also death to all small animals, including turtles, mice, squirrels, birds, and anythign else she can get her mouth on. Oddly though, she submits to me, and my scottie (who is tiny, 20 pounds) and is fine letting the scottie be in charge. She has never been aggressive in any way towards me or other dogs, and is extremely friendly.
There are a couple of rare breeds that have dingo in them. I would say she is a lab mix personally. There is the carolina dog, which she could have in her. They tend to be a bit primitive and a good hunter.
Heck, now adays, anything is possible. she is a cutie though
Hey Thanks for the reply. I'm not at all sure what she is, but she is very fun. She is currently a house dog, because she has been spade and had her dew claws removed. She was house trained in 1 day, 1 accident, and she is learning really well.
Thanks again, and dingo or no (i call her dingo, its her nickname) i'm glad I have her.
I looked at her pictures before reading the other replies and thought she looked like a lab/shepherd mix, with possibly some chow or something else thrown in for good measure! Pretty dog whatever she is, and sounds like she has a great home with you.
She could possiable have some Queensland Red Heeler in her. Most Heelers have some Dingo infused into the bloodlines. That is to make them a bit more aggressive than most cattle dogs. When you are dealing with rank cattle, you need a much tougher dog.
I also would not be avertising that your dog killed a deer. This is an actionable offense. And you as the owner could be charged.
He's your friend,your partner,your defender your dog.You are his life,his love,his leader. He will be yours faithful and true to the last beat of his heart.You owe it to him to worthy of such devotion