Bark Busters Reviews and Customer Testimonials
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19th August 2009Andy Waterhouse dealt with:
I felt the session went very well, Andy was very knowledgeable and gave a lot of good advice.
We feel our dog has already progressed very well.
We would definitely recommend Bark Busters to a friend.
19th August 2009Debbie McCulloch dealt with:
Our 'Barkbusters' trainer was Debbie Hannah and she was fantastic.We have seen a huge improvement in Franklin's behaviour already.The techniques she showed us were easy to use and her instruction on how to employ these techniques was easy to understand.I now have the confidence to take Franklin out on my own and know that I can deal with any misbehaviour.I am very optimistic that Franklin will continue to improve.THANKS!!!
18th August 2009Nicki Platt dealt with:
We really enjoyed our first session with Nicki and the techniques we have been shown work very well.
18th August 2009Janet Goosen dealt with:
Before we met Janet from Bark Busters we were at our wits end. We had got Bailey from a rescue centre about 9 months earlier and he was terrible with other dogs. He would bark frantically, and spin around on the end of his lead. He also used to bark at the window non stop. After just one session we saw a difference. Now he is a model pupil who we are pround to take for walks.
Leeds, West Yorkshire
17th August 2009Andy Waterhouse dealt with:
I saw results within the first hour. Very pleased! Better than watching shows. E.G Dog Whisperer!
Andy was very friendly, talkative.
Abbey Wood, London
15th August 2009Debbie McCulloch dealt with:
We were very happy with the response from our 8month old puppy although she got a bit confused.
Debbie has loads of patience and we are looking forward to her next visit.In the meantime we are practising the techniques and hope to see a vast improvements when Debbie comes again.
15th August 2009Kim Lummis dealt with:
Kim has helped to change our lives. When she suggested changing their diet from Bakers to raw bones we were unsure. It has now been 4 weeks since changing their diet and both dogs are now much happier and healthier.
We are now able to walk them together without having our arms pulled off!
Generally Kim has shown us and given us the confidence to change the way we behave to help our dogs be happier!
Worthing, West Sussex
15th August 2009Liz Johnson dealt with:
After three days I can see a definate improvement - it's great! And my nine year old Golden Retreiver is paying attention too!
There were two dogs here who both had lovely natures but the younger one was getting a bit out of hand. Fairly typical for such a gorgeous dog who was used to being the centre of attention. After a few hours work she started listening and paying attention and was much better behaved.
14th August 2009Kim Lummis dealt with:
We enlisted the help of Bark Busters to address the barking and nipping of Merlin, our 14-week old miniature dachshund. We were about to take him with us on a two week holiday when Kim first came to see us.
Thanks to her help and advice we had a more pleasant puppy on holiday with us, and the improvements are continuing almost daily.
We are very pleased that Kim came to our rescue, and Merlin is now a much more settled member of our family.
Brighton, East Sussex
14th August 2009Phillip Gazzard dealt with:
Phillip was amazing and you could notice the difference in our dog's behaviour within the first visit. The training programme is very easy to follow and implement in an everyday environment. I would recommend Bark Busters to anyone who needs comprehensive training. Thanks a million.
Chanel is a wonderfully natured, timid Yorkshire Terrier cross Chihuahua. Prior to her Bark Busters training, she had a phobia of dogs which related to a traumatic encounter with an overly exuberant Labrador, which resulted in her being terrified of all large breed dogs. She was also suffering separation anxiety which was causing her to chew and toilet indoors, and mistaking her role in the pack as leader which presented with excessive barking. After two training sessions, Chanel is a changed dog. She is much calmer, no longer barks or chews, and is making strides towards overcoming her phobia of other dogs. Chanel is a much happier dog, thanks to the commitment of her devoted owners.