How do I stop my puppy from Zoomies?

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Dog zoomies – biting.

Avoid physically handling him, and stop any game you might have been playing.

He needs to have a chance to calm down.

If you can open a door and let the dog outside to burn up some energy in your yard, then do so.

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Dog zoomies – biting.

Avoid physically handling him, and stop any game you might have been playing.

He needs to have a chance to calm down.

If you can open a door and let the dog outside to burn up some energy in your yard, then do so.

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Dog zoomies – biting.

Avoid physically handling him, and stop any game you might have been playing.

He needs to have a chance to calm down.

If you can open a door and let the dog outside to burn up some energy in your yard, then do so.

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It's difficult to stop dog zoomies, but not impossible.

You can redirect their motion by running away from them so they chase you to a safer spot if need be. Or, you can throw a toy in the direction you want a dog to go.
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Usually, the answer is no.

The zoomies are a perfectly normal dog behavior, and should not worry you as a pet owner.

It is highly unlikely that your pet will harm themselves during a period of the zoomies, and it will likely be over quickly.

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Zoomies are a sudden release of energy in dogs.

If you've ever seen your dog run around the house after a bath like a maniac that's the Zoomies.

And if your young puppy gets sudden bursts of energy late at night that's the Zoomies.

Dogs get the zoomies to release all their pent up energy.

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Dog zoomies tend to hit puppies and young dogs more frequently than older dogs, but zoomies are a great way for dogs of any age to release pent-up energy.

Dogs get the zoomies for a variety of reasons β€” when they are highly excited or aroused or after watching another dog engage in high-energy play.

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Zoomies are a sudden release of energy in dogs.

If you've ever seen your dog run around the house after a bath like a maniac that's the Zoomies.

And if your young puppy gets sudden bursts of energy late at night that's the Zoomies.

Dogs get the zoomies to release all their pent up energy.

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