Bark Busters Reviews and Customer Testimonials
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29th June 2010Neil Price dealt with:
Neil's knowledge and experience has helped immensely in dealing with Maxwells various issues. He has gone above and beyond his role as a trainer and has even worked with us on his days off in order to accommodate our needs. Thank you Neil
28th June 2010Steve Smithson dealt with:
Steve explained everything in a way that was easily understood. I was amazed how my dogs reacted to the training techniques. Enjoyed my first session and looking forward to my next one. Certainly would recommend Steve to anyone that is experiencing problems with their dogs.
28th June 2010Tina Edwards dealt with:
Really pleased with how well Stan is doing. Such simple techiques but very effective. Results have been almost immediate. Looking foward to continued success with him.
Stan is a rescue Staffy and a gentle laid back boy. However he had started to show aggression to other dogs when on lead and being very strong he had become a problem to walk. He responded very quickly on the first session and on my recent return, he was walking without pulling and unless suddenly spooked by another dog, was walking past and ignoring them. It has not yet been a month and we are now working on long lead work, keeping his focus on his owners, and stopping him from rushing after various distractions. He is very keen to please and now he understands what is wanted tries hard to please his owners.
26th June 2010Sharon Chapman dealt with:
Sharon had a very professional manner about her, but at the same time was also friendly and polite.
Her way with the dog showed her experience and the methods she used for the training were obviously successful at the time. We suspect that even at an early stage, we will see good improvements with our dogs behaviour.
26th June 2010Craig Steiff dealt with:
Craig was very polite, professional and helpful during the training sessions. He explained how he thought Grace had become a problem & left us feeling that if we had any repeat of her original problems we could call him. He tried very hard to boost my confidence in dealing with her with me as the pack leader.
26th June 2010Isla Clarke dealt with:
Isla conducted a thorough assesment of Nelson's behaviour and explained why it was so. She then showed me how to administer corrective behaviour taking time to explain things thoroughly. I noticed immediate results although I understand that I need to continue the training with Nelson. I am confident that with time and patience Nelson's behaviour will continue to improve thanks to the techniques & training Bark Busters have given me. I am also confident that Nelson will be happier and less stressed in the future.
25th June 2010Tina Edwards dealt with:
Mojo is so much calmer following the change in diet and initial training. Tina showed us what we were doing wrong and most of the training is so logical when we think about it. Now we know what to do and how it's up to us how he turns out, but we are really pleased with the progress so far.
Mojo is a great little Minature Pinscher who lives next to a public footpath and was driving his owners mad with incessant barking. Also there was the problem of children teasing as they went past.
Mojo responded very well to the training although he was resistant to recall initially. His owners have worked hard to get him to the level they have so far and can continue the improvement with my support throughout.
St Leonards, East Sussex
23rd June 2010Isla Clarke dealt with:
From the onset Honey responded to commands very well and continues to do so. She is no longer pulling my arm out of the socket when we go for a walk. Her aggression towards other people and animals has lessened too.
21st June 2010Craig Steiff dealt with:
Very happy with Craig. Molly and I get on well now, and Molly is responding really well. I am very pleased with the training so far.
21st June 2010Lee Hardy dealt with:
Very pleased with session and progress made since then. Gracie is walking with me instead of pulling me along. I am walking her - she is no longer walking me!