Dingoes are Australia's wild dog. They arrived in Australia about 5,000 years ago - brought to Australian shores by Indonesian Seafarers. Dingoes do not bark, but howl like wolves.
Fact about Dingoes
The two main differences between domestic dogs and dingoes are that dingoes only breed once a year, while the domestic dog breeds twice a year. Also, the dingo does not communicate by barking, but by howling.