Yeah, I know, that title does not make sense, but I started watching Frozen Planet—very cool— and in the first episode a pack of Arctic Wolves takes down a Bison. I looked at the two Shih-Tzus lying around the room and thought. Seeing as all dogs are descendants of wolves, I questioned how many Shih-Tzus would it take to take down a Bison. I think this is like asking “if a chicken and a half can lay an egg and a half in a day and a half, how long would it take a one legged woodpecker to kick the seeds out of a dill pickle.” But Douglass Admas made a lot of money asking such questions, so.
It’s an interesting concept, wild roving packs of Shih-Tzus, but am not sure it can go any further than a concept.
I know Shih-Tzis need to be in groups, because they cannot achieve a synapse by themselves. My family is infested with them, and while they are good dogs, I do not know how long they could survive in the wild, or outside the living room.