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It's the nature of the dog. They're geared to "go, go, go" until they run out of energy (which they have a lot of). They need loads of exercise and things to occupy them with. If they don't have a job (i.e. hunting and retrieving) you need to give them things to do. Play fetch, take them to a pond or let them swim in a pool, give them some Kong toys with treats (get the "power chewer" kind, they are the red or black color) and spend time running with them. They're awesome dogs but are meant to be physically active. They're going to be hyper, nervous and destroy stuff if you can't give them something productive to do with their time. I grew up with a lab and have two Goldens right now. They wear me out! Spaying/Neutering can also help. They also become calmer after they turn 3 years of age. We use Bark Busters (www.barkbusters.com) and they have lots of helpful tips on getting a hyper dog under control.
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