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My sister walked into a pound in the southwest of Australia and couldn't help but notice one puppy in particular was going absolutely crazy with overwhelming excitement, yapping, jumping, crying at her "pick me pick me" she did. She granted his freedom and named him 'Freedom'. Three years later they moved in with me. Then we heard of a gorgeous Dingo in West Australia's north, she had been homeless on the streets, abused, impounded and then spent six months in various foster homes.. and without even meeting her I knew she was the one.

I had her flown down and she's been the most amazing dog I've ever known, the sweetest kindest nature and sooooo much personality! She's part of our family and like a soul mate to Freedom, they've been best friends since the second they met.

This photo is my daughter with our Dingo puppy, Sheha <3

Jane Ashton
Abbey, Australia

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