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Located in Western Australia, CROSSROADS DINGO RESCUE has a simple aim to educate, re-establish, sterilize, microchip, and rehome “domestic” dingoes where possible.

While rehoming these loveable characters would be the preferred outcome for all our residents, our priority remains to rescue and care for the rejected and the mistreated.

We would also like to educate the public with a better understanding that Dingoes are not Dogs. Even when crossbred with domestic breeds, they will always differ mentally and physically.

“My mission is to rescue.
My dream is that one day I won’t have to”

~ original statement from Tia Torres
Dingo Diary
  • Ross Miller

    Our girl Millie. 11months old. Not pure breed https://scontent.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-0/s130x130/82881851_2943247422374916_3108194688822149120_n.jpg?_nc_cat=102&_nc_ohc=W3K6SZdXfl4AX8uF7lV&_nc_ht=scontent.xx&_nc_tp=1&oh=882bf3b07e7dd9885d3091f9c20299c8&oe=5ED9DC63Read more
  • Crossroads Dingo Rescue

    This fire is 25kms west of us, with the wind blowing to the north east, if the wind decides to swing around and come in from the west, could be …Read more
  • Crossroads Dingo Rescue

    Darn they did cut my tummy open . Notz eating dem peaches no more. https://scontent.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-0/s130x130/81473668_3020370011346867_7252882797122027520_n.jpg?_nc_cat=106&_nc_ohc=tAJuHTb8v3cAX-2hU8J&_nc_ht=scontent.xx&_nc_tp=1&oh=7d9fa879ec6276c8678435fafe9907f7&oe=5E91147ERead more