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Date Posted: 11:43:29 12/19/04 Sun
Author: Rick
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Subject: 6 Mth. old Deaf Boxer Extremely Hyperactive & Destructive

Our deaf boxer just turned 7 mths. old. We got him when he was 5 mths.. He displayed hyperactivity from the beginning but we thought it was because he was in a new environment. He takes a few commands and seems to be very intelligent, but the hyperactivity has become almost manic at times and he is randomly tearing up the house. There is no method to his patterns, he just destroys everything he can get to. He is punished by spanking and being put in his crate. He seems to know he has done wrong but will do the same thing again.PLEASE HELP ME -- I love this dog and want to help him. Does he need medicine for his hyperactiviy or what?

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