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Why Do Boston Terriers Do Zoomies?

on January 31, 2023

Do you have a Boston Terrier pup running around your house and leaving a trail of destruction behind? Does your pup pause every once in a while to sprint around the house or yard in a frenzy - otherwise known as the Zoomies? You may be perplexed as to why your pup is suddenly overwhelmed with the urge to sprint around the house, but the reality is this is totally normal behavior for Boston Terriers. But why do they do the Zoomies?

Why Do Boston Terriers Do Zoomies?

First of all, Boston Terriers are a curious and energetic breed. Your pup may only have small bursts of energy that they must release somehow. The Zoomies are the perfect solution to get rid of that excess energy. Boston Terriers also love to explore and it's likely that they are seeking out new scents and adventure in your home or yard. The Zoomies are a great way to cover a lot of ground in a short amount of time.

In addition, the Zoomies can help to relax your pup. For example, if your pup has had a stressful few hours in the house or outside, the Zoomies can be their way to shake off that stress and feel better. Plus, running around in a frenzy is fun for them, so they likely won't pass up the opportunity if they have the chance to do it.

Finally, Boston Terriers have a lot of pent-up energy that needs to be released in order for them to stay healthy and happy. The Zoomies are their way of letting out that energy, and it's a great way for you to bond with your pup. Encourage their Zoomies by offering them plenty of toys, a fenced-in yard, or by taking them on daily walks. This way, your pup can get all the energy they need out of their system.

So if you’re ever in doubt next time your Boston Terrier pup is doing the Zoomies, just remember it’s their way of having a little fun and releasing their excess energy. Besides, it can’t hurt to join in and join the fun with your pup!

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