Gigantic Case Of Zoomies Puts Giant Newfoundland Pup In Crazy Mode
Whenever this playful pooch has excess energy to burn, this is what he does! Check out those zoomies all across the bedroom!
Samson the two-year-old Newfoundland pooch turns into a crazy puppy each night. Many dog owners are familiar with the zoomies! When our four-legged pals get zoomies, they spontaneously freak out and start running like crazy, circling like the Tasmanian devil over and over again until they collapse into a exhausted and panting pile of fur!
Watch the intense moment when Samson gets that crazy look in his eyes and decides to ambush his owner with an adorable, but gigantic zoomie! Hilarious!!!
At first Samson seems to be trying to figure out what his owner is doing, but after a few seconds he turns into a complete crazy head and goes attack mode on owner. Finally, he jumps out of bed and continues to zoom out of the room, displaying his spooky behavior elsewhere. What a misbehaving gentle giant!
These frenetic random activity periods that our canine companions display are also describe as spazzing out, being temporarily possessed, having the ‘puppy power hour’, throwing tantrums, getting the wiggles out, etc. Many get the zoomies as puppies and then they grow out of it, others continue ‘zooming’ well into old age, like this playful pooch who still has powerful zoomies on daily basis!
Most dogs just do the crazy running and circling, but zoomies are not a bad thing, in fact they are somewhat fun and entertaining! However, some dogs will get destructive during the zoomies and start nipping, bouncing off of people, tug-of-war with household items, in which case the zoomies can be bad. Also, large dogs who go into a zoomie tailspin can unintentionally be destructive and dangerous. Zoomies may be a behavioral issue, provoked by anxiety, stress, or other emotional discord, but they are mostly believed to be normal conduct in dogs at some point in their lives.