Bark Busters Reviews and Customer Testimonials
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23rd January 2010Tina Edwards dealt with:
Very inspiring and encouraging. Thank you Tina for your lovely approach.
A Jack Russell who was exhibing aggression to certain people visiting and at the owners place of work. I showed the owner how to regain control of her own front door to show that she was in charge of visitors. He responded extremely well and I have no doubt that the commitment of his owner will ensure complete success.
22nd January 2010Phillip Gazzard dealt with:
How difficult can it be I thought? How naive was that for a first time dog owner. Both Teilo and I couldn't have done it without Phil's help - and it's on going - but his patience, enthusiasm and depth of knowledge has been invaluable. Thank you.
West Dulwich, London
20th January 2010Isla Clarke dealt with:
Charlie has responded to Mrs Clarke's therapy amazingly well and I am pleased with the thorough and incisive way in which she worked and surprised at the reasons she gave for Charlie's inacceptable behaviour.
20th January 2010Richard Brewster dealt with:
Richard has been very helppful and I would feel confident in ringing him about any future problems.
19th January 2010Phillip Gazzard dealt with:
Phillip has taught me well! His pleasant manner, help and support has made a world of difference to my dogs behaviour and therefore my daily life. Would highly recommend him. The knowledge that Phillip has helped me with the general care of Tiffany. We are both very happy.
Wset Dulwich, London
19th January 2010Phillip Gazzard dealt with:
Phillip has been excellent & Bailey has responded well to all the training. Phillip has provided me with lots of easy to follow techniques that have worked like magic!! Thanks !!
18th January 2010Jen Phillips dealt with:
The therapy comments have helped us a lot, although we know it is a slow process we can already see results.
16th January 2010Craig Steiff dealt with:
The difference Craig made to Tigger and my husband was immediate. Everything made sense. We have only had cats before and living with and understanding a dog is so very different. Without Craig's help we may well have given up, but with his help all of us are beginning to understand how to live together. We have recommended the training to loads of people.
"Understanding how to live together", is probably the most important remark in this testimonial.
Tigger was misunderstood, and as a result he was making mistakes... quite serious mistakes. Biting visitors for example.
It can be confusing for some dogs, living in a mixed human / dog environment, and very easy for them to get the wrong idea.
Sometimes the changes required are very subtle, but they can make a big difference. I find it easier to make the owners think like a dog, than to expect the dog to think like a human
15th January 2010Janet Goosen dealt with:
Our 6 year old rescue Westie is very headstrong and having not lived in a home environment is not well sociallized. Consequently he is quite nervous of people and household noises - this manifests itself in barking frezies and aggression - including biting. We did think after just one sesion with Janet we are already beginning to see improvements. It's heartening to know that he will respond to training and the techniques used are logical and pretty straight forward. Janet herself was great - she listened to us talk about Enzo for well over an hour before she met him and started advising us and was very understanding and patient, not at all critical of us or condescending (we thought we might have been doing everything worng!).
Ilkley, West Yorkshire
14th January 2010Liz Johnson dealt with:
Liz was really helpful and everything she said made sense. she was really friendly and reassuring that Samson could be helped. The methods she showed me have already made a difference.
Samson is a smart dog and picked up the trainng really quickly. He is good in the house but his pulling on the lead was terrible, his recall was poor and he was showing intermittent aggression on walks. We sorted out his lead work pretty quickly and worked on recall and his behaviour round other dogs. By the end of the first session they were getting better and on my return visit two weeks later I saw a big improvement. The next test is off lead work which we will be working on in our next session.