Last Day on Earth Dogs Complete Guide
The apocalypse can really be an awful, lonely place, and it does not help when people around you try to steal your resources or, worse, kill you. This is exactly where dogs can become faithful hounds in Last Day on Earth: Survival.
As long as you know the ins and outs of this game’s crossbreeding, it is easy to acquire killer skills for your dogs. They can give you buffs or even provide support when you are out there finding better items.
Finding a Puppy in Last Day on Earth: Survival
Before you can even start raising or breeding Last Day on Earth dogs, you obviously need to have a defenseless puppy first. This creature is easy to find. Just leave your home base and head straight to the Green Resource Zone, a place that guarantees a puppy spawn. Just explore the area until one shows up. They tend to surface within 30 seconds, but if you are unable to do so, just keep running around.
Keep in mind that you will not be able to raise a dog until you reach level 10, particularly when the Dog Crate blueprint shows up. Of course, you have the option to spend real money to buy the said blueprint (though reaching level 10 is a piece of cake).
Below are the resources you need to build the crate:
- 7 Duct Tapes
- 10 Scrap Metals
- 15 Limestone
- 20 Pine Logs
After you build the crate, you can start using the Puppy in a Box to begin raising a dog. Opening the box will give you a randomized gender and coloration. The rarity types of the dog are (from least to most) brown, backsides, black back, tiger, full black, and white.
Feeding And Raising Last Day On Earth Dogs
While it is true that puppies are invincible, they can still be released into the wild. As for full-grown dogs, they can die but you can expect them to respawn back at your home base.
In order for your puppy to reach adulthood – and eventually, start acquiring Traits – you need to feed it with Dry Food, Raw Meat, or Raw Turkey. Otherwise, your buddy’s growth meter will stop. After feeding it for at least 24 hours, you will eventually get a full-grown dog. Note that you make the feeding faster if you use in-game currency.
Keep in mind, too, that the number of hours of food given by each food type is divided by the number of puppies you own. Meaning, you need to search and grab tons of resources when you have a large kennel. This also means that you must keep feeding it after reaching adulthood or else it will go inactive.
Did you enjoy this mini tutorial? Make sure to read our other Last Day on Earth: Survival FAQs to help you survive the zombie apocalypse!
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