What's more, Wandi may become part of the Australian Dingo Foundation's breeding program.
"For us, he is going to be a very valuable little thing depending on his eventual development and the way he continues to get along with everybody else in the sanctuary," Lyn Watson, Director of the Australian Dingo Foundation told The Daily Mail.
Watson was also able to provide an explanation for the dingo's presence in the woman's backyard.
"We believe Wandi was stolen by an eagle and dropped as he had sustained wounds on his back, and his nails were worn down suggesting he had travelled far on foot before being found," she said
The alpine dingo is a highly endangered species found in the eastern seaborn areas where 80 per cent of Australian's live, according to Australian Museum.
The decreasing habitat of the alpine dingo combined with its persecution is pushing the animal close to extinction, so it's lucky Wandi was found in safe hands.