Pee pee on the rampage , does your pet ever run all over the house

United States
February 24, 2009 4:30pm CST
Like its a mad rush or your floor is a race track? Pee pee does, and he ran so fast last noght all over the house, and then came the "thunk: he forgot to slow it down and hit the couch going who knows how many miles per hour...lol and then he just looked up waged his tail and did it all over again lol
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• United States
12 Mar 09
Petie and Daisy May run around the house including up and down the hallway, it is so funny when they hit the sliding glass door. They do not act like they are hurt they get up look around to make sure no one is watching and go on playing. One day Petie and Daisy May where playing on the back of the love seat and Petie fell off the back of the love seat. The love seat backs up to a window and he fell in to the window seal. He did not act hurt but he had a large lump on his side. Yes they do run around the house.
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• United States
12 Mar 09
I think it means that they are happy. They are wanting to play. It is good for them to get the excercise. It is good for them to have so much fun. Have a great day mylotting and appreciate your response.
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• United States
25 Mar 09
We go for walks about 5 times a week. I try to have my hubby drop me off somewhere in town and then we walk home. it was bad today because Petie had to do his business as we where walking along the drive through line of Jack-N-the Box. I felt that was so gross. I had my poopoo bag and cleaned it up like a good pet parent should do.
• United States
25 Feb 09
hi eafore...we had a cat squeaky. after she had kittens they'd all go running down the hallway and slide on the linoleum then crash into the wall. they did it more than once. they didn't act like they got hurt. but it was wild when they were all running together.
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• United States
25 Feb 09
It is really funny when all three of these are on the go... I am sure glad he is hardheaded lol because he loves to do it! Well, at leats he ran into the couch, he could have hit something harder. They are my silly babies. lol
• United States
25 Feb 09
speaking of silly babies, 2 of my ferrets that are now in ferret heaven but still in my heart. the crazy things hehe when they were very young they'd be on my bed. then go to the end of the bed and jump up like superman only to fall farther to the floor. farther than just falling off of the be cause they jumped up high. they did it once or more a day at first. i was wondering when will they learn cause it couldn't have felt good for them go hit the floor that much harder. and what were they thinking? did they think they were going to fly? they stopped doing it after a while poor babies. they wised up.
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@onabreak2 (1161)
• United States
25 Mar 09
Poor Pee Wee, I love that name. My lucy does that every night. It is called blitzin I believe. I think that they are trying to run off excess energy. My dog was doing this tonight. I think it is cute. She runs around the couch in circles then up and down the hall, skids on the kitchen floor. I worry that she will get hurt. I wonder if this is a small dog thing. She is a Bichon.
• United States
25 Mar 09
I know that all three of mine love to do it. They also tend to follow the lead, so that if one starts it up the other two will often copy. It is cute. I think they know that they need to run, and they know that they need the excercise. It may be a small dog thing, I am really not sure!
• United States
25 Feb 09
My home has fitted carpet so I have no slidey floors but my Pepi still goes round and round at full speed until he collapses with his tongue hanging out.
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• United States
25 Feb 09
I have carpet and he still runs and slides and bops into the couch and the reason is because he goes so fast! lol That's how he likes to do it, and he likes the wind beneath his feet! hehehehehhehehhe
@faith210 (11233)
• Philippines
25 Feb 09
Hi eaforeman! wow, that is so cute for a pet's name--Pee Pee! It sound so sweet and cute! Our pets usually goes like that as if they are on a rampage or they are being attacked by ants! lol..However, when they see my husband and I are ignoring their antics and we get so straight faced, they usually sit and let out a sound as if they are crying. haha..They behave when we are wearing straight faces. LOL! Take care and have a great day! lovelots..faith
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• United States
25 Feb 09
Oh, hes a little darling , so cute! He entertains himself. He will climb up and try to get on the keyboard when he is wanting more attention. He is really smart and a very good watchdog! Appreciate the response!
@jillhill (37383)
• United States
25 Feb 09
My son's dog does that...she runs like mad back and forth through the rooms and my little granddaughter and I just laugh! Britt is so funny....I don't even know what gets her going! But it's so cute!
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• United States
25 Feb 09
It is funny. I cannot figure out why , out of total quiet for no reason , all of sudden, it is time to run lol I think he has to learn alot more about braking lol or wear a helmet!
@tyc415 (5706)
• United States
24 Feb 09
The dog I have now will just run "wild" if you throw a toy to him down the hall. The dogs I used to have would love to take off running and go from the living room and slide on the kitchen floor then circle around the other doorway that goes to the dining room. You didn't even have to see, you could hear them slipping on the kitchen floor but it was way more fun to watch them, those feet going ninety to nothing trying to slow down to make the turn....too funny.
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• United States
24 Feb 09
This chihuahua must be hard headed because he bounces right back if he crah's, he seems to love the challenge of it all lol I had alot of fun just watching him last night lol
• United States
24 Feb 09
My little dog seems to do the same thing. Im glad he isnt to big or he would bt breaking alot of t hings around the house. He runs so fast that when he doesnt slow down its the wall or some furniture around the house he will hit. He has even ran into the slidding glass door and that one was really bad and i thought then he had leanred his lesson but he didnt. He loves the backyard he most of the time will jet out the back door so he can make his laps.
• United States
24 Feb 09
It;s a bird. it's a plane lol It would not have surprised me if sparks came flying out, he was going so fast, you couldnt tell what he was, if you didnt know lol
@wolfie34 (26793)
• United Kingdom
24 Feb 09
Our cats used to do this often, we used to say, she's got a gale in her tail that was an expression we used, they would race like lightening through the house for no reason at all, then settle down and start rapidly washing themselves, it was quite funny to watch them, that's one of the times I would really love to read their minds, something must happen for them to suddenly go on the rampage! Unless it's time of the month for them, males too. Sometimes I think they get spooked or they are on a 'high' I wonder if animals experience embarrassment, because if us humans did it, it would look highly comical, weird and certainly very very embarrassing indeed! Aren't animals just cute!
• United States
24 Feb 09
Exactly Wolfie, everything was still and very quiet....and then all of a sudden....he ripped through here like he was being chased lol and he got the terriers going too lol He made quite a few trips before he decided to curl up and go to sleep..lol
@moneymommy (3420)
• United States
24 Feb 09
My dog will do that once in awhile when hes real excited. Sometimes he will run right into the wall.
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• United States
24 Feb 09
This chihuahua is so funny, and last night , he got the two terrirs involved in this and they all had a wonderful time lol Appreciate the response!