White dingo pups at Halls Gap Zoo

Halls Gap Zoo is now home to two white dingo pups. Debbie Bach and Taylah Moloney were quick to take up an opportunity to cuddle the pups when they visited Stawell last week.

Halls Gap Zoo is now home to two white dingo pups. Debbie Bach and Taylah Moloney were quick to take up an opportunity to cuddle the pups when they visited Stawell last week.

TWO new white dingo pups have just arrived at the Halls Gap Zoo.

The pups, named Cat and Bobby, are just seven weeks old and were born at Durong Dingo Sanctuary in Queensland.

Halls Gap Zoo owner, Greg Cullel, drove up to Queensland to pick the pups up himself and arrived back at Halls Gap Zoo last Sunday.

Cat and Bobby are now available for people to have photographs taken with them, at the Halls Gap Zoo daily at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.

White dingoes represent about three percent of the dingo population, with approximately seven percent black and 90% the more recognised sandy colouration.

Staff at the Halls Gap Zoo are excited to have the white dingo pups arrive and look forward to welcoming visitors to take the opportunity to be photographed holding Cat and Bobby.

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