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Woman's Hack To Get Out That 'Crazy Dog Energy' Has People Running to Amazon

A woman on TikTok is going viral after sharing her hack for getting out all that boundless puppy energy. You know what we’re talking about: the zoomies. The TikTok creator, who goes by @paradisewithoutthee online, regularly shares her adventures in the great outdoors online. But it was a recent piece of advice about her dog that she shared in one video that's now amassed over 700,000 views alone.

As the TikToker explained, she recently learned the fool-proof way to get that frenetic energy out of your pup — and it involves your bike. “I found the secret to burning off crazy dog energy with minimal energy,” she wrote in the video’s onscreen text. “She loves it,” she added. “Dog Bike Leash on Amazon - thank me later,” she wrote in the video’s caption.

Some people in the comments section loved @paradisewithoutthee’s suggestion. “Do this with my dog! I just keep the leash in my hand but she loves it,” @hannigan09 wrote. “It’s so good for them to stay in shape too! I do this with my mid-energy dog and he LOVES it,” @madisonhinz added. “I love doing this stuff w my dog too! Just be careful, you’re building an athlete and it’ll take longer & longer to burn them out haha!” @conifertrees warned.

But other people were concerned that this was dangerous for both the dog and their owner. "I used to do this… until we met the squirrel going to the opposite way. She pulled me down so hard," @thekdubs explained. "I did this and nearly broke every bone in my body when my dog saw a squirrel," @todropoutortonotdropout agreed. "These are so, so dangerous! I would recommend the bike tow leash instead!! It’s much safer for dog and biker," @twomoremiracles urged.

Of course, you should always talk to your pet's veterinarian before using a new kind of leash and check out your bike laws before trying this at home. And oh yeah — keep a sharp eye out for squirrels! 

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