Monday, 7 September 2015

Dingo app now free to download

An app simply called ‘Dingo’ is now available for free.

This app was created prior to 2014 when the Dingo was still classified as a dog. It is only in more recent times that it has been recognised as its own species, Canis Dingo, and not a dog or a wolf sub species.

Information contained in the app was largely based on Berenice Walters’ writings and other information. Some of it may well be out of date; however, we believe that it is still an informative and positive account of the Dingo.

Subject titles include:

  • Origins
  • Characteristics
  • Appearance and types
  • Family life
  • Importance to ecology

Also included is a brief biography of Berenice Walters, the Dingo Lady

Comments and feedback are welcome and can be emailed to

For links to download the app please visit



  1. We're all part and parcel of this earth, this universe. There is no logical reason to believe that some of us should live while others die. Every creature has the same rights and who knows? Maybe one day apes will talk just as in the movies. As in many families, we can't always get along together in the same house, but if each goes our own way, we can all live in harmony. I never saw an animal I didn't like. Maybe I can't pet it or keep it at home, but that's all the better, for me and for the animal.

  2. Unfortunately it seems that authorities in Australia don't think dingoes have any rights. From what I understand much like the coyotes in your own country.