Get A Handle On ZOOMIES! | AAPTS Ep. 149

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Oh My Zoomies!! Those moments of intense, seemingly random bursts of energy when puppies sprint around in circles, change directions abruptly, and may even jump on furniture or nip at things, and is usually a release of some pent-up energy.

Although these can be “adorable” at first, they can often escalate and get more intense with certain pups. And if you have a larger breed dog, those zoomie outbursts can turn from amusing to ugly real quick!

If you're wanting to get control of your pup’s zoomies, in the latest Ask A Puppy Trainer Show Ep 149, Bethany and Sparky share how to get ahead of them to prevent them, and what to do if you’re in the middle of an episode!

Want to jump ahead to any of the sections below?
0:00 - Introduction
*0:59 - What to do with a 6-month-old puppy’s aggressive zoomies!
4:15 - Should you leave the crate door open for your 15-week-old puppy to go in and out?
6:06 - Can your puppy be out in your backyard even if they’re not yet vaccinated?
7:16 - Advice for a 6-month-old Goldendoodle's overexcitement and jumping when meeting new people
13:24 - Can you leave an 8-9 week old puppy alone in a playpen for an hour when you leave?
15:36 - Why can a 12-week-old female Shihtzu hold their potty longer at night but not during the day?
19:27 - What to teach an 8-week-old puppy on his first day home
21:16 - When do I start allowing more freedom when crate training for an hour out and two hours in?
22:32 - How to get a 12-week-old puppy to sleep through the night
23:53 - What to do with a 4-month-old puppy who refuses kibble but wants to eat your food instead
25:17 - Is it bad to keep the puppy on homemade food?
26:48 - What to do if your puppy who snaps at you the whole time you’re luring with food
28:51 - How do I teach a 7.5-month-old Corgi “Place” when they hates their bed

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