I've never had a dog like this before, and need advice. Voodoo is a natural wrecking ball. He's adept at upsetting furniture and that kind of thing, without even trying. For example, last night I called him. He came joyfully galloping from the living room, misjudged the turn and crashed into the ottoman (sending it skidding across the floor), then overcorrected his course and blundered into the trash can. He's like a giant brindle hockey puck. I'm so afraid that one of these days, it may be an expensive item---like our big-screen TV---that he bowls into. I don't think Voodoo does these things intentionally, so I don't feel like I can "correct" him for it. Is it possible to teach a dog to be more aware of his surroundings or something? How would you go about doing that? Since he's only a little over two years old, is it possible that Voodoo will get a little more graceful with maturity? Or are some dogs just like this throughout their entire lives?