A man noticed a stunning red dog in his garden in August of this year. He moaned loudly and clearly cried out for help. The animal’s back was covered with little wounds, similar to those caused by a big bird’s claws.
Before flinging the puppy to the ground, the predator most likely hoisted it in the air. He felt sorry for the orphan and took him home, where he gave him food and drink before taking him to the veterinarian.
Based on the appearance of the small patient, the doctor concluded that he was in the presence of a wild animal, not a domestic animal.
The DNA test took a long time to come back, but it was worth the wait: Wendy (the puppy’s name) turned out to be a purebred alpine dingo!
This subspecies of wild canine dingo is on the verge of extinction. Scientists and researchers have been unable to identify purebred dingoes for many years.
Wendy was the first of his type to live and continue his lineage.
In a reserve, a spouse for a rare species was identified. This year, Wendy also became the father of six puppies. Wendy’s story has gone viral on social media, making the unusual animal a star.