“She’s confident with all the other dingoes, and she loves chasing them around and wrestling and playing,” he said. “She is a tough little cookie, very sure of herself with the other dingoes.”
Manuka has also gained confidence around people, though she only approaches people on her own terms. Said is fine with this — after all, Manuka is a wild, rather than domesticated, animal.
“Her timidity around humans is healthy,” Said explained. “We haven’t tried to humanize her excessively.”