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.
~ original statement from Tia Torres
My dream is that one day I won’t have to”
- Big thank you to Larise and Heather, from Hungry Tummies Pet Food Pantry, they called out yesterday and dropped off some tinned food and some pasta and marrow bones for …Read more
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- A visit with Bernice Walters 1989 bargo woolaston kennels ( Merigal dingo education ) https://scontent.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-0/s130x130/90142838_3174917399225460_4604791384736530432_n.jpg?_nc_cat=105&_nc_sid=110474&_nc_ohc=vDwaa3e3RuAAX902YlJ&_nc_ht=scontent.xx&_nc_tp=7&oh=a12080b466f4809e669e1eaf5bed7117&oe=5E990275Read more
Just $1 per day
can help us keep these beautiful animals fed and healthy. Your ongoing sponsorship will allow Crossroads Dingo Rescue to continue as a sanctuary for this mistreated and rejected Australian Native animal. Continue to see how you can help.