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Started streaming on Dec 4, 2019
In October 2019, we welcomed two new dingoes to the Lone Pine family; Jindy (girl) and Stirling (boy). Born in August 2019, these pups still have a lot of growing and learning to do, as they settle into life at the sanctuary. The puppies were bred at the Dingo Discovery Sanctuary and Research Centre located in Victoria, Australia.
Since arriving, our puppies have completed basic obedience training, crate training, and socialisation with Tanami (our adult dingo). Training is ongoing, so you may see some of this on the webcam with our mammal keepers. It is very important that our dingoes develop these skills, so that we can safely carry out various procedures such as health checks, vaccinations, nail clipping and veterinary procedures. You may also notice our keepers introducing our pups to various items such as rakes and wheelbarrows, which are used on a daily basis to clean their exhibit.
Jindy and Stirling love to go for walks throughout the sanctuary, so if you can't spot them in their exhibit, it may be because they are out on adventures. Daily walks are great for not only exercise, but also enrichment and mental stimulation.
Our puppies reside with Tanami, so you will also see her on camera (she's usually snoozing in the den!).
Viewing tip - look up high! Our dingoes may be up on their bridge, which links to two sides of their exhibit, and gives them great views of the sanctuary.