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Dogs never cease to amaze their parents with their boundless energy! Whether they are chasing their tails, running across the living room, or sprinting through grass, it is easy to live vicariously through their zoomies. That’s why we’ve compiled five videos of the best dog zoomies on the internet — so you can get your boost of energy.

1. Stella

Source: Dog Named Stella/Youtube

Stella starts this video completely docile. Then, out of nowhere, she starts to run around with one of her humans. This dog, described as “random” has extreme bursts of energy, that are certainly fun to watch!

2. Pony

Source: The Dodo/Youtube

Pony, who has some of the wildest zoomies in the world, now has something extra to be excited about! Welcoming a new baby brother has made Pony a little more gentle. But, his zoomies come back every once in a while in full force!

3. Living Room Zoomies

Source: petcollective/Youtube

This pointy-eared pup can get the zoomies anywhere. But, it seems like his parents’ house is his favorite! Jumping from the couch to pillows while running is a great way to show he’s full of energy.

4. Ubi

Source: dog Ubi/Shutterstock

This hilarious french bulldog named Ubi is “crazy” according to his parents. It seems like out of nowhere this pup jumps up and starts running all around his house. Luckily, since he’s small, he has a lot more space!

5. Husky Zoomies

Source: Paw Record/Youtube

This big husky is having the time of their life as they jump up and down from the couch. As the zoomies begin, a friend seems to want to join. Ultimately, it ends in a trip to the grass — where the husky has a lot of ground to cover.

Dogs and their playful antics are a constant source of laughter and love for us humans. The five fun dogs we’ve met on this zoomie-filled journey have shown us that when it comes to exuberance and energy, there are no limits. Their unforgettable moments have not only brought joy to their humans but have also served as a delightful reminder of the incredible bond we share with our four-legged friends.

We encourage everyone thinking of getting a pet to adopt instead of shop. Read more resources about adopting animals on One Green Planet, including 7 Reasons to Adopt Your Next Furry Best Friend5 Reasons Why Everyone Should Adopt a Pet, and These Heartwarming Before and After Pictures of Adopted Rescue Animals Will Make Your Day! Read tips for pet adoptions and what to consider before adopting an animal. We recommend using these apps to find shelter dogs near you!

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