Bark Busters Reviews and Customer Testimonials
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12th August 2017Tina Edwards dealt with:
Very useful training session. Information with regard to feeding extremely useful and I am keen to adopt this regime for Poppy. I am hoping this will lead to a happy healthy well trained dog.
Just a young puppy, but very clever and happy to learn. She understood very quickly that there are some things, like play biting and chewing furniture were unwanted!
11th August 2017Ryan Busst dealt with:
We had a really good session with Ryan. On our first lesson he helped us with door manners. We also looked at correcting her barking. We are already seeing improvements, which is fab. I would recommend to anyone!
Birmingham, West Midlands
11th August 2017Gina Hinsley dealt with:
Gina was a Star from her point of entry into our home she knew what was wrong with Katy - She worked really hard with us nothing was rushed she made sure we were happy & that Katy understood what was expected of her as a much loved family pet. In fact I was so pleased & relieved that on leaving I had to give her a hug.
10th August 2017Tina Edwards dealt with:
I had a delivery yesterday and the courier was at the door for five mins as he had a problem booking the package,all dogs sat, no barking and I had the door fully open, Mia moved once and got her to sit again,that was great and she's been stroked while out by people she doesn't know, one who wore a hat and she sat and enjoyed it,that wouldn't have happened last year.
Three lovely dogs and a totally committed owner who has followed all the training advice given and now enjoys her dogs at home and walking on and off lead.
Crowborough, East Sussex
10th August 2017Ryan Busst dealt with:
Ryan was very helpful and patient in the lessons with our two dogs. He really knows his stuff. He taught me how to correct my dog. The training was invaluable and we, and the dogs, are so much happier.
Sheldon, West Midlands
10th August 2017Tina Edwards dealt with:
5 star plus
Kiki made amazing progress in a very short time and responded straight away.
I totally recommend Bark Busters
Kiki is a cute, clever little Pug who had managed to take control of all the humans in the home, but definitely gave way to the two beautiful cats!! She loved the training, caught on so quickly proving that Pugs are definitely not stupid!
9th August 2017Kevin McDonnell dealt with:
We were a bit sceptical about what could be achieved with our completely untrained, and very dominant little terrier. Her response to the training was unbelievable. Kevin is an excellent trainer (of people and dogs!), he was very clear and patient. He helped us understand what the problem was and gave us very simple tools to fix it. We are thrilled to have a totally different dog on our hands, and wish we'd called him sooner!!
8th August 2017Ben Jordan dealt with:
Ben introduced himself and fully explained what he could achieve for us with our spaniel "Ellie". She was beginning to show early signs of aggression which we wanted to nip in the bud.
He showed us numerous practices and procedures to address this. He was thoroughly professional and very polite with his mannerism. It was a very pleasant experience for us and our dog.
West Cornwall, Cornwall
5th August 2017Jo & Graham Milgrew dealt with:
Alfie had a lot of issues, nipping, chewing, urinating and pooping indoors and seemingly aggressive behaviour especially towards other animals and visitors. Jo showed us how to "get control" of the front door and making Alfie pay attention to us. Once we had obedience in the house a lot of his issues resolved themselves. (This process took approx 1 hour!). We are currently working on his "outside" issues and are having good results. Jo was fantastic and offered lots of useful and practical advice. We felt well supported and are looking forward to our third visit to work on socialising Alfie with other dogs. Thanks Jo!!
Alfie is a Border Collie/Fox Terrier Cross stray dog that came from Ireland via the Dogs Trust. He was believed to be approximately 2 years old, but a lot of his behaviour in the home has proved to be that of a much younger adolescent. (It is very difficult to guess a dogs age when they are not microchipped.) In addition to his adolescent issues, he was fearful of visitors, running and barking at them would do the same with the family late at night. He did not have the confidence to "guard" the house and needed to know that the family would do the job. Once boundaries were in place Alfie has relaxed and is becoming an obedient, loving and friendly family dog. It always take time with rescue dogs but given that time they make wonderful companions.