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Age: 5 years | Sex: Male
Microchip: 956000003749900
Location: Western Sydney GAP Adoption Centre
Long ago, in 2015, in the un-wilderness, a very unique and especially good looking Dingo was born. And seemingly, he never grew up…

Affectionately known around the facility as ‘Dingbat’, this adorable goof will provide you with endless entertainment. Dingo will delight you with his ridiculous zoomies and tossing his toys around for himself to catch and gently sidling up next to you for a snuggle after running out of steam 5 minutes later. And did we mention he loves his treaties? Dingo will do just about anything for a yummy bit of dried chicken making he easy to train (we are proud to say he’s even mastered the stairs!).

Dingo adores his humans and is hoping he can find a home were someone is home more often than not to enjoy his company. Older, experienced kids will enjoy Dingo’s playful side, but a home without other pets would be best. Dingo loves to explore his native land and although he can be a little excited to begin with, shortly after getting going he settles into a leisurely trot by your side. Dingo also happens to be a water baby and will happily join you in a stroll along the shoreline at your local beach. 

So give us a howl if you want to take this handsome specimen into your home and heart! Dingo is currently in foster care waiting for his forever home.

Application Process

  1. Take a look at all our greyhounds for adoption here
  2. Fill out this application form
  3. We will reply with any questions and give you information on the next steps
  4. Welcome your greyhound into your home and receive ongoing support.

What We Have Noticed...

  • Loves to play and toss his toys around for himself
  • Loves to go for walks and confident exploring new areas

Quick Stats


Specific Needs

  • Backyard

Medical Notes

As well as being behaviourally assessed, Dingo has:

  • a C5 vaccination
  • been desexed
  • been microchipped
  • been intestinally wormed
  • been heartworm tested
  • had flea and heartworm prevention

*(no need to register with your council - this is all done as part of the Lifetime Registration)