Bark Busters Reviews and Customer Testimonials
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29th October 2010Jen Phillips dealt with:
So far, so good!
27th October 2010Kim Lummis dealt with:
Kim was great to work with. Professional, and with a great sense of humour! She made us feel that our dog was not the impossible lost cause we thought he was! We saw an improved behaviour straight away.
Brighton, East Sussex
26th October 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
Enjoyable Session, Good Tips, Honest Approach. Look forward to seeing Timmy improve in the coming months.
Great Amwell Herts
25th October 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
We are still in the very early stages of training Bailey (and ourselves) following Lynn's initial visit, however I am confident that with her continued help and support the problems we have been experiencing will soon be a thing of the past.
25th October 2010Richard Brewster dealt with:
I couldnt believe the difference after our first training session. How quiet and well behaved our dogs are!!
24th October 2010Isla Clarke dealt with:
Our session with Isla was very informative. We learned alot about Tilly\\\'s behaviour as well as the tell tale signs that told us Tilly is a happy dog. Isla taught us techniques to control Tilly\\\'s barking at the gate and those techniques gave immediate results. We are continuing to use them and found the correction to be especially effective. I would thoroughly recommend Isla and Bark Busters to anyone.
23rd October 2010Tina Edwards dealt with:
We've never had a dog before and so perhaps a 10 year old deaf Jack Russell from a shelter wasn't the ideal choice. We had her for 9 months and tried training her ourselves, but with limited success. In only 2 visits so far, Tina has helped us with so many issues and for an old dog, Toffee has learned really quickly. We can now have visitors over without her jumping on them, she walks on the lead better, is less possissive over toys and anything dropped on the floor and can stay when told to. It's made her calmer and better behaved. I would recommend Bark Busters to anyone with a dog, good or bad.
This young couple were struggling with Toffee, the main worry was that she could not be left without continual barking, so they never had a chance to go out together! She had bitten to "protect" her relationship with the man of the house and didn't like the couple having a hug! Also, she would rush at anything dropped on the floor and bite if she got to the item when trying to recover it. It is not too diffucult to train a deaf dog as dogs mainly communicate by body language, so as long as you can get their attention and keep the movements simple they will learn very quickly what is required. Lots of practice, showing her what is right and what is not acceptable has worked in enabling an old dog to learn new tricks and have a happier life in the "autumn" of her years - possibly for the first time ever.
23rd October 2010Janet Goosen dealt with:
We were very happy with the first session and surprised how well the training went with Tilly. In the following four days we saw improvement in her with what we were shown to do in the first session i.e. walking at your side and staying in one oplace when told to. We look forward to more sessions and further her training.
Leeds, West Yorkshire
23rd October 2010Craig Steiff dealt with:
Craig's session was brilliant, he was extremely helpful and clear. His approach is great and we saw immediate improvement in our puppy's behaviour. Craig's attitude made us very comfortable, and we felt he was really listening and addressing our case with a very personal approach. We couldn't believe how effective his techniques were.
Wandsworth, London SW15
22nd October 2010Sharon Chapman dealt with:
We have observed immediate effects and results with the strategies discussed and modelled.
Sharon explained the reasons our dog was displaying certain behaviours and the reasons behind the change and strategies shown. It was useful to recognise and understand this, as this enabled us to understand why it was necessary for the change to occur: for the benefit of our dogs contentment and anxiety levels.
We now know we are treating and caring for Sid appropriately as a pack animal and are proactive to know what we are doing meets his needs.
Ellesmere Port, Merseyside