This is what a dingo looks like after a long night of milkbones and squeaky woobie toys. (Note the stuffing and squeaker appendectomy to the right.) I’m THIS close to having an intervention with her.
This blog began in 2005 with a silly press release about my dingo, Maggie, and her nemesis, Monsieur Le Pew. In 2008, I rescued the cracker, Loki. I never had a high drive working dog so I did what every new dog owner does when they are in over their heads with a busy dog. I adopted a second dog, a husky, to "keep him busy." I know, Internet, I know. I didn't actually make my life easier. I just had more work. Life with the cracker and the criminal was filled with adventures and hard life lessons. Juno
wrote masticated the book on crime and punishment, while the cracker policed her misdemeanors.
For the past 3 years, Wild Dingo’s beloved CEO, has been battling liver cancer. But before you feel sad about it, realize that we were told three years ago that we had at best 6-months with her. And she’s still with us today, living most of the last three-years very well, with good quality […]
Los Gatos, CA—During an employee offsite today, Wild Dingo CEO, Margaret J. Starling, spontaneously made a bid to provide herding services to a local chicken farmer. Upon passing the neighbor chicken home, Starling immediately noticed chickens casually strolling—uncontained—away from the hen house. Being a leader of few words, she quickly went to work, demonstrating her […]
Los Gatos , CA — Wild Dingo Communications' CEO, Margaret J. Starling, today elevated an age-old heated relationship with Monsieur P. Le Pew to new heights today by charging after him as he wandered by the Wild Dingo premises. Le Pew denied any instigation on his part and simply defended himself with a “drive-by” spraying. […]