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Does Zoomies mean dogs are happy? Zoomies have to do with a dog’s personality, some are more enthusiastic, and some are docile. In general, age, breed type, and personality will play a part in if your dog gets the zoomies. Is it important to let your dog have their “zoomies”? Yes, the zoomies are a sign of being happy.
What does it mean when a dog gets the Zoomies? Zoomies are a sudden release of energy in dogs. You’ve probably seen it after your dog gets out the bath — that frantic yet euphoric looking dash they make around the house. It’s a common behavior (especially in young dogs), and it’s simply a way for dogs to release pent up energy.
Should I stop my dog from Zoomies? It’s difficult to stop dog zoomies, but not impossible.
It’s hard to stop a dog mid-zoom, so it is usually easiest to wait out these short-lived actions. 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.
What dog breeds get the Zoomies? All dogs, from basset hounds to Great Danes, get the zoomies. Puppies and young dogs may zip around more often simply because they have more energy to burn than older dogs. But pups in their golden years can still get zoomies too.