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    My dog does this when she needs to go to the toilet. Ie three zoomie laps and then a crap... Note these usually happen outside.

    Doesn't pay to ignore the barking.

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    I liked that part where you said it doesn't pay to ignore the barking.

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    I love the Zoomies time. Mine have evening Zoomies and early morning zoomies. We get the playbow and bark often too. An invitation for us to join in...As if LOL
    Pets are forever

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    Frosty and I sometimes indulge in "chase me". I try to get her to do the border collie thing and cast out and run ahead of where I'm pointing. We're not very good at it yet.

    I do surprise her. She runs around the lawn in a circle and I turn in the opposite direction and meet her coming round. Never fails to surprise her.

    Sometimes (most times?) she'd rather play chase me than go for a walk.

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    Well tonight or late afternoon I went out to see what Murphy was barking at.
    Only to find he found an old towel somewhere and I went to pick it up and as I did Murphy took off doing a hunderd mile an hour. Past me into the pergola then into the shed then out and back to me then he done it all again.
    What a clever little bugger he was as I just stood there and watched him running around in his happy dog run. \But forgot to tell him off for doing his best to remodel the old towel.

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    I actually just picked up a dog enclosure with a great deal on the shade cloth roof. Not sure my dog, Clive, will be running around the pen like that. But every now and then at night, he is running around the house, jumping over me (usually lying on the lounge room floor) - my wife loves it because I curl up in a ball hoping not to be run over...
    if you are after a dog enclosure, talk to these guys - Dog Enclosure | Quality Dog Run by PetSafe to Keep Your Dog Safe! - they couldn't help me enough.
    Maybe Mazda should get dogs involved with their advertising - Zoom, Zoom, Zoom

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    Zoomies are always fun to watch! Tia starts it off then sheeba follows then edge gives into temptation and chases them! Note to self, do not try and join in when Edge is running at full speed.....ends up with me on the floor after a quick flight.

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    Zoomies are very fast and very scary around here.

    They have a huge fenced area for zoomies to be done safely however they always persist in incorporating the verandah as part of their zoomies track - never step out the back door mid zoomies or you will be taken out.

    Now that the Borzoi (14 months old) has control of his legs he at least can stop before plowing into things and I no longer hold my breath as much.

    They take turns with who plays the rabbit.

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