The Australian dingo is a medium sized carnivorous mammal, averaging 44cm-63cm at the shoulder, and weighing 13kg - 23kg on average.
- Acknowledgement by government and the community at large of the important role the dingo plays in maintaining the balance in nature.
- Banning the use of 1080 and other inhumane poisons used against both dingoes and foxes. Australia and New Zealand are the only countries that still use 1080. It is banned in the US where it is manufactured.
- Consistency in laws regarding dingoes. Currently every state has a different law regarding the status of the dingo including keeping and breeding of dingoes.
- The dingo must be removed from any noxious list and declared a protected species Australia wide.
- Unity among the dingo fraternity must be a priority. Those people and organisations that fight the dingo cause need to put aside personal agendas and make the survival of the dingo the highest priority.