Strathdoon Dingo Killer

By Arthur

Named after its stronghold, the Strathdoon Kennels in Blacktown, New South Wales, the Strathdoon Dingo Killer was developed specifically to pursue Dingoes.

This rare breed was developed to tackle Dingoes in the early days of settlement in Australia, when local animals were considered to be a serious threat to the livelihood of colonial farmers. The breed was created by crossing Deerhounds with Irish Wolfhounds.

The founding figure was Cecil Davies, a Deerhound breeder of New South Wales, who created the breed around the end of the 19th century, or the beginning of the 20th century.

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