Our Australian Shepherd is a star in the day. He goes playing with other dogs and everything is fine. Come 5 pm his eyes go massive and it's like he's sniffed a line of cocaine. He goes into his zoomies, but this week he has been really humping us and biting.
He literally burns himself out. I mean relentless for 3 hours straight. I even trained him to disturb his craziness but the second you stop he's back on you again. I took him for a walk to calm down then and he was still mental.
We just find the nighttime so hard, he’s the best boy in the daytime but evening is hard. He doesn't back down when he's wired. You can move him away and push him off you, but he’s just relentless.
Just wondering if anyone has any tips because if he carries on he's going to be getting his balls chopped off.
Nothing that's on Google or YouTube works whatsoever. It's like he's possessed when his zoomies start.
He gets walked 3 times a day too!
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