A map of the Moscow subway system looks like a snowflake under a microscope, and you could be forgiven for getting hopelessly lost in it. It probably doesn't help your pride any that even a stray dog can figure it out, though.
Yep, Russian strays have been observed using the Moscow subway to travel long distances in their search for food. They can even navigate the crowded, loud subway platforms with ease, which is nearly impossible for both domesticated dogs and undomesticated tourists.
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The dogs have also learned how to obey traffic lights, coordinate thefts by distraction (they send out smaller members of their pack first, then steal the mark's food while they're distracted by the cuter li'l doggy), and staff a fully functioning Hardee's. There's no independent verification on that last one; it just feels true.
Beat those dogs at their own game with a dog training whistle. That'll show 'em.
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