Are chihuahuas always hyper?

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Chihuahuas have earned themselves a reputation for being very hyper little dogs.

No, not every single Chihuahua is necessarily hyper, but as a breed, Chihuahuas tend to pick one human to call their own and expect to be the center of their human's world by any means necessary, including hyperactivity.

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Chihuahuas have earned themselves a reputation for being very hyper little dogs.

No, not every single Chihuahua is necessarily hyper, but as a breed, Chihuahuas tend to pick one human to call their own and expect to be the center of their human's world by any means necessary, including hyperactivity.

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Some smaller beagles tend to be more hyperactive than larger beagles, but there are many exceptions.

That said, beagles are very high-energy dogs.

If they don't get enough exercise, interaction, and attention from you, they probably will seem hyperactive.

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Pug puppies have two gears, "full speed ahead" and "dead in the water," The are either running full tilt or sleeping.

They remain wild and crazy until at least 2 years old; some don't calm down until 3 or 4.

She said that, yes, pugs do have a tendency to being hyper- even when they get a little older.

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Chihuahuas are usually very high energy level dogs, so they especially need the exercise portion of Cesar's fulfillment formula.

Besides having a naturally high energy level, Chihuahuas can become hyper due to boredom or frustration — just like any other dog.

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Since German Shepherds are known for being hyper, they need more exercise than some other breeds.

If you have a German Shepherd, make sure that you exercise him often.

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Hyperactivity affects all puppies, regardless of breed. Excessive hyperactivity in pugs is usually a result of extreme excitement or reaction to someone or something else being hyper as well… Pugs with high energy can be very active and even aggressive, but this is completely normal.
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Hyperactivity affects all puppies, regardless of breed. Excessive hyperactivity in pugs is usually a result of extreme excitement or reaction to someone or something else being hyper as well… Pugs with high energy can be very active and even aggressive, but this is completely normal.
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