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These Dogs Can Survive Without Humans

2020 gave us quite the preview of what it would be like to live in a movie.

In the case of humans ceasing to exist, dogs would be in a position of having to fend for themselves and do everything on their own.

Central Asian Shepherd Dog:

The Asian Shepherd Dog is large, courageous and and independent.


The Akita has 99% of the desired wilderness survival traits, both in personality and bill, making it perfectly adaptable to live without humans.


These accomplished escape artists have survived for thousands of years, by being independent thinkers.

Shiba Inu:

The Shiba is the smallest of the 6 original Japanese breeds, developed for hunting other animals by sight and scent, in the dense undergrowth of Japan's mountains.

Korean Jindo:

Prized for its loyalty and homing instincts, the Jindo is one of South Korea's national treasures.

Chow chow:

The Chow chow is a sturdily built dog, with a broad school, known for a very dense double coat.


These Siberian sled dogs can live in -60° temperature, due to being bred for hardwork in the world's coldest habitable places.


Just like the name suggests, the wolfdog is a hybrid between a domestic dog and a wolf.

Alaskan malamute:

Alaskan malamute is a large dog bred for strength and endurance.

Siberian husky:

Slightly smaller than the malamute, the Siberian husky is a working sled dog.

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