Desert Dog Chew Toy - Ben
Desert Dog Chew Toy - Ben
Desert Dog Chew Toy - Ben

Desert Dog Chew Toy - Ben

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  • Made from jute and wrapped in thick cotton canvas printed with Indigenous artwork 
  • Reinforced stitching for maximum durability
  • Coloured with EVO free natural dyes
  • Find the hidden squeak
  • Great for teething and puppies who love to chew

Size 21cms x 16cms

 

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About the Aussie Desert Dogs

A percentage from the sale of this toy will be donated to the Aussie Desert Dogs program. This important dog and animal program in our artists hometown of Yuendumu is dedicated to improving the condition of the dog and animal population in the region by raising money to fly in vets to vaccinate and care for the dogs in this remote Aboriginal community. 

 

for more information visit https://www.aussiedesertdogs.com 

About The Artwork

Sand Dunes by Pauline Napangardi Gallagher

About the artwork: Sand Dunes by Pauline Napangardi Gallagher

The ancestral Napangardi women performed ceremonies as they travelled, dancing and singing a landscape of rolling red sand dunes.

 

Pauline paints her father’s stories – Pikilyi Jukurrpa (Pikilyi Dreaming) and Mina Mina Jukurrpa (Mina Mina Dreaming), Dreamings that relate to her land, its features and animals. They have been passed down to her by her parents and their parents before them for millennia. She continues to paint through this art centre when she visits Yuendumu or when canvas, paint and brushes are dropped off in Nyirripi for artist by Warlukurlangu, as they have done since 2005. Pauline loves colour and uses an unrestricted palette to develop a modern interpretation of her traditional Aboriginal culture.

 

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