Tag Archive: Quest

Tips to Stop Your Puppy From Chewing

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Published Date: September 10, 2016

Chewing is a natural puppy behavior, but it can also be a real headache for their new family when you want them to stop chewing on furniture, stop chewing shoes, stop chewing clothing, stop chewing kids toys or even puppy figurines, lol. In this video... Read More

Quest Meets the Codr Kids for Some Early Socialization

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Published Date: August 19, 2016

Many dogs are anxious or nervous around children. Kids are unpredictable, grab without warning, move faster than adults and make a high pitch scream that usually provokes a response in dogs. In fact, screaming with a high pitch and running away (which is what many... Read More

Quest Socializes with a Rabbit That is Bigger That He Is

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Published Date: August 18, 2016

During a puppy’s Critical Socialization Period, new experiences have a profound effect on how your dog grows up. I wanted to share another puppy training tip in this post, although it may be more accurate to call it a socialization tip. The bottom line is... Read More

How Carrots Can Help Stop Puppy Chewing

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Published Date: August 17, 2016

Anyone who has or has had a puppy knows they love to chew. As you can see in the above photo, Quest is no exception. Chewing is a natural thing for puppies as they explore and sample things with their mouthes. This habit usually gets worse... Read More

Quest’s Roadmap to Success: Socialization vs Training

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Published Date: August 11, 2016

In the dog and puppy world, when we talk about socialization, we are talking about exposing your puppy to different experiences, not playing with other pups (although that can be a part of it). Puppies go through a few developmental periods when they are very... Read More

Meeting Quest for the First Time

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Published Date: August 3, 2016

Exactly eight weeks after he was born, I flew out to Portland Maine to meet Quest for the first time and bring him home the following day. I wanted to meet him, then let him sleep at least once before I took him home. Puppies... Read More

Welcome to Quest Ed

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Published Date: July 19, 2016

Welcome to Quest Ed. My name is David Codr and I am a Dog Behaviorist who will be adopting a little Dalmatian puppy named Quest. Because I get so many requests from new puppy guardians looking for tips on raising their new pups, I decided to... Read More

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