How do dingo hunt?

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Dingo hunting is opportunistic. Animals hunt alone or in cooperative packs. They pursue small game such as rabbits, rodents, birds, and lizards… In packs, a dominant breeding female will kill the offspring of other females.
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If one wishes to hold a belief that a dingo is a domestic dog, then the breed is by far the oldest and purest breed in the world, but it is a naturally evolved one and not man-made. Pure dingoes can never become “domesticated” while they remain pure. They are genetically locked into their primitiveness.
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Dingoes tended to show aggressive behaviour when humans fled, and tended to be intimidated when humans consciously or aggressively moved towards them… as part of their territory and that attacks on humans can therefore occur because the dingoes see humans as competitors and want to protect their food sources.
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Health Issues: Dingos tend to have more and frequent health issues than other breeds. Hypoallergenic: Dingos don't do well with allergy sufferers by causing allergic reaction.
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Dingoes' barks are generally harsher, and given in short bursts. Domestic dogs will bark anytime, anywhere, for anything (often to their owners' or neighbours' chagrin).
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You can train Aussiedoodles to hunt. However, the primary purpose of designer dogs is to promote the best characteristics of the parents. This means getting rid of the undesirable physical characteristics and retaining the best qualities in both parents.
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These energetic dogs are born for hunting adventures and are one of the best hunting dog breeds. As soon as you let a retriever off the leash, you will see them leap into action and start chasing birds or any other animal in proximity.
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The Greyhound is a breed of dog, a sighthound which has been bred for coursing game and Greyhound racing.

Since the rise in large-scale adoption of retired racing Greyhounds, the breed has seen a resurgence in popularity as a family pet.

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