what our clients say about Sharon Chapman
Dog Training & Behavioral Therapist
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5th June 2014Sharon Chapman dealt with:
Sharon was excellent and put us totally at ease. She identified several issues for us to work on. A change to the diet was the starting point. How can so many dog foods be so poorly rated by nutrition experts? Big improvement to eating now! I would get the food out and the dogs would hide! Now they sit waiting and even come to tell me it time to eat! nothing is wasted... fantastic!
Making good progress with some of the other issues however it will take time!
Just had out 2nd visit and really please with the service and help we are getting. I'm sure by the end of the 12mnths we will have got there!
29th May 2014Sharon Chapman dealt with:
Sharon has advised us on several issues we had regarding Jaspers behaviour,
Including nervousness, barking at visitors and walking on the lead. Training is a work in progress but Sharons advice and training techniques have been fantastic. We noticed immediate difference. Sharon also advised us on diet and we look forward to her advice and techniques with bringing a baby home and introducing Jasper. We highly recommend both Sharon and Barkbusters!
27th May 2014Sharon Chapman dealt with:
Sharon taught us (and Cassie) how to walk without being dragged along.She advised us on the type of harness and lead that we needed to buy. She also addressed the problem of continuous barking in the car and showed us how to make a start on this problem. She was very patient and reassuring and gave us confidence that this rescue dog would eventually overcome her problems.
13th May 2014Sharon Chapman dealt with:
We have not been with Bark Busters for long however we have seen some results with our dog Millie. The training we received from our therapist has taught us immensely how to deal with the behaviour problems we faced with Millie.
Ellesmere port, Cheshire
9th May 2014Sharon Chapman dealt with:
Sharon spent two and a half hours with us on her first visit. Bryn noticeably changed his behaviour in that time (or was it ours!) Twenty four hours later and reinforcing what Sharon taught us, he already seems to be changing his ways. We've been given homework to do with Bryn until Sharon's next visit when Hopefully we'll all get an A*!
28th April 2014Sharon Chapman dealt with:
We are very pleased with the way one of our dogs are responding to Sharon's training so far. Mitzy hasn't been able to go out training yet due to illness but Luke is doing very well and is certainly far more relaxed when seeing other dogs after less than a week. We are looking forward to Mitzy's progress once she is out and about. There's a way to go yet but we have high hopes for both of them.
26th April 2014Sharon Chapman dealt with:
After having our first lesson with Sharon, I am amazed by the changes I have seen already with my 2 dogs. Since using the "Bahh" technique, I no longer have 2 very hyperactive dogs trying to get out of the front door. When I take them separately out to the car (one dog in the hall, the other in the front room) neither barked. Tyke really has taken to "Bahh" whereas Skye needs more reassurance. This is a massive improvement, I'm very proud of the both.
I'm also training my dogs with Attentiveness Training, This I'm finding a bit difficult but I'm persevering. Sharon, Thank you
20th April 2014Sharon Chapman dealt with:
Sharon was great really helpful and knowledgeable. George is responding really well to the training and I have changed his food as advised by Sharon. George is much calmer, less barking and is so much happier with his new diet
10th April 2014Sharon Chapman dealt with:
We were very impressed with Sharon,she was with us just over two hours.
Her methods were excellent,so glad we went with Barkbusters can't wait for next lesson.
port sunlight, Merseyside
10th April 2014Sharon Chapman dealt with:
We are both following instructions as Sharon, recommended ignoring all attention seeking. I am putting him in his room after a walk so he can have his own time, like Sharon said, there is a lot of barking as he is tryig different things. Also we have changed his food as recommended. Sharon spotted Pip's faults quite quickly and if we follow Sharon's instructions we will get there.
Pip is a rather handsome Border Collie, he is very well trained however his owners in their eagerness to train him and ensure he wasn't bored, didn't teach him to settle/switch off once his work was done, consequently he is always focused on them and wants to do things so we have put in place some rules for interaction and over time Pip will learn to settle and enjoy relaxing.