Thanks I am just curious
Could be any of them and/or all of them. I don't think one breed is more hyper than other. Its mostly individual as far as I've seen.
♣ Laura ♣
True but still one has to be more Hyper than the others.
Depends on how much coffee you give them each day.
(No Labs or any other dog was harmed in the making of the above comment. It is not an endorsement to feed your dogs coffee under any circumstance.)
Mambo, oh that wasn't one of the choices. ;D
now it is ;D ;D ;D
LOL. I voted Mambo !
LOL of course you did!
I don't think any are hyper if you give them something to do. Nicole has a JRT and he's lively but she directs the energy in doing agility and stuff. Her two girls (Labs) are very active but I wouldn't call them hyper because she works with them too and directs their energy. Though its the girls who chewed a hole in her soft crate. LOL
♣ Laura ♣
No, one doesn't have to be more hyper than the others. Labby is right. There are differences between breeds, but frequently more differences among individuals within a breed. Do JRTs tend to be more active overall than English mastiffs? Sure. But of the breeds you've selected you can find more or less active individuals. Even with very active individuals, much can be modulated through *intelligent* training, and by this I mean understanding that more isn't always better.Originally Posted by CammyandStorm