Bark Busters Reviews and Customer Testimonials
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10th November 2009Nicki Platt dealt with:
Nicki made us realise that we needed training as well !
10th November 2009Janet Goosen dealt with:
Both myself and my husband have seen a difference within 24 hours and the barking has almost stoped. We are really pleased with the result.
Wakefield, West Yorkshire
9th November 2009Neil Price dealt with:
Before Neil came Ben was a little horror. He barked all the time, made a mess of the garden and jumped up at anyone who came into the house. When we went for a walk it was horrendous, I was pulled all over the place. Now he walks nicely and does not pull at all. He doesn't jump up at visitors and all our problems are solved.
9th November 2009Tina Edwards dealt with:
We have two Flat Coat Retreivers and our first three hour session addressed each of the issues above. Very good early results with both dogs and look forward to continuing success.
Two lovely girls, the younger of which was getting very demanding and trying to run the household! With two dogs it was becomeing difficult to walk them and their incessant barking at passers by was getting very annoying for the owners! We worked on giving the dogs new rules and being consistent in maintaining them, showing and guiding them into new improved behaviour and lots of praise when they understood.
7th November 2009Richard Brewster dealt with:
Very impressed at how quickly our dog responded to Richard's training. Very clear and well explained.
5th November 2009Manda Denny dealt with:
Very happy with first visit from Amanda and training methods recommended.
Dogs responded to initial training very well and we as a family are committed to follow through with Amanda's advice and work with her to achieve the best results.
Amanda is very warm and friendly and was more than happy for my children to participate which is important to me.
We look forward to our next session.
4th November 2009Andy Waterhouse dealt with:
Winston responded really well to the direction Andy taught us and almost seemed happy to have that direction. He still seems a bit nervous, which is at the heart of his barking at visitors but is certainly in the right direction.
Andy really took the time to show us what and why we were doing what we did. No question - would certainly recommend.
4th November 2009Manda Denny dealt with:
Amanda's first session went well. Till responded almost immediately to the training. Her behaviour inside has improved a lot and we are now more in control and pack leaders again. Outside Till has more training to do as Tilly is aggressive to other dogs sometimes and chases cars. We are working with Amanda on this and are doing exercises in car parks etc at present but this will take time to sort out.
Amanda is very calm and confident and I think this helps me a lot as I worry about taking Tilly out. I would recommend her to anyone.
Tilly and her owners are doing really well. Even on our first appointment the usually dog aggressive Tilly was happily playing with two of my dogs in a controlled space.
Her owners are right that Tilly has a long way to go, but calmer and happier dog and owner will make that progress much quicker.
2nd November 2009Linda Dodsworth dealt with:
My dog responded really well to the Bark Busters training. She is more confident and less nervous now. I feel I am in charge now and know how to act in different situations (i.e. when I have visitors and walking my dog) to make the most of having a wonderful pet.
Linda was very nice and helpful. Thanks very much.
1st November 2009Phillip Gazzard dealt with:
Blade has always been a quick eater, the natural diet has been more difficult than we thought it would be. However slow, picky eater Ella is yumming it down. When practising (our training exercises) we sometimes wish we could click our fingers and have Phil appear magically. LOL
Blade (M) and Ella (F) are two gorgeous Dobermans who had unwittingly taken over the leadership of their pack and were constantly jostling for the top dog position with fairly serious sibling rivalry issues. Having addressed the sibling rivalry, and separation anxiety which was partly diet related, we are now making headway with the lead walking and recall control. They are still a work in progress, but with the ongoing lifetime support of the Bark Busters Gold service these issues will be resolved thanks to the commitment and perseverance of their devoted owners.
New Addington, Surrey