Bark Busters Reviews and Customer Testimonials
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18th January 2009Richard Brewster dealt with:
Very early days but first signs looking promising. Richard explains everything very clearly and is vert patient.
18th January 2009Linda Dodsworth dealt with:
We thought Linda was brilliant. Poppy was much calmer by the time Linda left us. Both dogs responded well to Linda's training methods, but still a long way to go. Looking forward to Linda's next visit.
17th January 2009Debbie McCulloch dealt with:
Brodie is wonderful but loves people too much.Debbie showed me in a couple of hours what I had been trying to do for a year.He is behaving much more sociably (and only one session)I reccommend Debbie very highly
16th January 2009Kim Lummis dealt with:
Completed 2nd session today. I have seen a marked improvement in Sam's behaviour. I still have more to do but on track! Thanks Kim
Brighton, East Sussex
16th January 2009Jen Phillips dealt with:
I was really impressed and amazed at how quickly Milo reacted to the techniques. He is showing good signs of improvement.
15th January 2009
We can not believe the change in our pet, we are so pleased with the dog now and this is just the start of her training if it continues as it has been we will have a super dog.
10th January 2009Manda Denny dealt with:
We found the therapist's techniques very precise to follow, and witnessed an improvement.
8th January 2009Andy Waterhouse dealt with:
I found Andy very approachable with the problems and concerns that I have with the dog. Primarily dog training (toilet).
He took us all out for a walk to the park. We all had a go at walking the dog'. I am trying to keep the good work up
8th January 2009Debbie McCulloch dealt with:
I was impressed by the patience taken by Debbie to listen to the problems we were having and the explaining of the techniques used by B/B for behavioural correction.
After only one session followed by working on our own the following week I noticed a susbtantial difference in Tessa's behaviour and she seemed much more relaxed and happy.
8th January 2009Richard Brewster dealt with:
A dramatic and sustained change in both dogs behaviour in jumping up, pulling and remaining quietly in their crate. The expression on Biggles face when gien his first lesson was alone worth every penny of the fee. (also good back-up)