Bark Busters Reviews and Customer Testimonials
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11th December 2010Lee Hardy dealt with:
Training was very calm. Help to build up my confidence and enjoy walking with Zsar
9th December 2010Zoe White dealt with:
I would like to recommend Zoe White to anyone in her designated area who has a problem with their dog. I had serious separation anxiety problems with my young Deerhound but after Zoe's first visit when she spent hours with us I began to feel optimistic. I am coming to the end of our contract now but Zoe has helped me to resolve all my dog's issues. I am 100% convinced that without Zoe's expertise I would not have been able to do this and would probably have had to get rid of the dog that I love. Many, many thanks Zoe I owe you so much.
7th December 2010Sharon Chapman dealt with:
The dogs response to the growl was immediate in so far as he came to heel even thou we had never been able to that with him previously.
6th December 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
Lucy has improved vastly to the techniques Lynn showed us. It is only 2 weeks into her training and the results are amazing. Lynn explained the training to us in a calm relaxed manner I would recommend her to anyone.
Milton Keynes Beds
6th December 2010Jacquie Callaby dealt with:
Jacquie was really friendly & helped us straight away. We are looking forward to seeing her again soon!
Worcester Park, Surrey
4th December 2010Craig Steiff dealt with:
When Craig arrived our dogs were straining to get to each other, snarling and barking, and we were literally at the end of our tether. Ten minutes later they were lying at our feet, completely calm. This was one of those: "If you haven't seen it, you wouldn't have believed it" Experiences. It has transformed our dogs and given us back a happy and relaxed household.
I cannot recommend Craig highly enough!
28th November 2010Kim Lummis dealt with:
I contacted Kim as a last resort for Finn after trying multiple dog trainers/techniques that didn't work. He's an excitable little chap to say the least. Amongst his problems he is/was a jumper, a barker and he also has had separation anxiety and boredom issues...not anymore, from the first session with Kim I could see a positive change. We now have a dog that walks to heel, isn't scared/aggressive to other dogs and his anxiety issues are a working progress. Kim is brilliant, I wish I'd found her before all the other "trainers".
Finn's owner had tried every possible training technique before we started working together last year. Finn was due to be put to sleep when his owner rescued him and so he is a very special dog.
A lovely dog with very committed owners, who is now able to be left at home on his own too.
Brighton, East Sussex
26th November 2010Lee Hardy dealt with:
A positive 1st meeting with some good training advice to remedy our situation, already Buddy is responding
24th November 2010Craig Steiff dealt with:
We wanted to ensure that had good leadership in place over our new puppy from the earliest stage possible, but didn't understand until our first session with Craig that we sending her totally the wrong signals, and doing exactly the opposite of our intensions. By the end of the first day of practicing what Craig had taught us, we already have seen a marked improvement in her behaviour, and will definitely continue training her using these methods.
Balham, London SW12
23rd November 2010Tina Edwards dealt with:
24 hours in and I have seen great improvement already. Importantly, I have been provided with tools that I can actually use in a variety of situations which seems to make things a lot less complicated - I've tried a number of trainers before! I feel like we still have a way to go and there are more scenarios and behaviours that I need to discuss with Tina, but she is very approachable and explains things so sensibly. I believe we will really be able to enjoy our dog again soon. Thanks you.
A very cheeky Cocker Spaniel who was becoming a real embarrassment on walks. He pulled on the lead, but when let off lead, just kept running around his owner barking like mad announcing his presence to the whole world! We worked on his general behaviour indoors first, teaching him to walk calmly behind his owners through the house and that they had a door bell to warn of visiters and didn't need him to alert them. We progressed outside for a walk and I showed how he can walk to heel once he understood what was wanted. Off lead we got him more focused on his owner who could then take control of the barking.