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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.

Akita:

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

Basenji:

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.

Samoyed:

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

Wolfdog:

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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