Bark Busters Reviews and Customer Testimonials
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2nd July 2018Shauna Hoey dealt with:
Shauna arrived, made us feel at ease, talked through about Hector & what we think he needs.
Brighton, East Sussex (Testimonial)
1st July 2018Gina Hinsley dealt with:
It was great and I can see progress with Brandy already. Gina was very helpful and explained the method very clearly looking forward to seeing her again and going on to outside training.
Swindon, Wiltshire (Testimonial)
28th June 2018Isla Clarke dealt with:
Very good trainer, so patient and helpful, can't wait until she comes back for next lesson
Redditch, Worcestershire (Testimonial)
27th June 2018Estelle Jackson dealt with:
Estelle had a chat with me and my wife to find out what type of dog Bonnie is after a few minutes she started telling us about Bonnie like she had known her for a long time. She informed us about her food then gave use some tips that helped from the beginning with her behaviour. We took Bonnie out, this was the one thing we need to get under control as she pulls from start to finish. She is a old Tyne bulldog so she is so strong. With in 5 minutes Estelle had stop her from pulling and working with her. We look forward to take Bonnie out cannot wait to see what is next. Thank you
Tipton, West Midlands (Testimonial)
26th June 2018Jo & Graham Milgrew dealt with:
Excellent technique, learnt how to control the mouthing. Still a work in progress but delighted with the results after one session. Titan is learning this is not acceptable behaviour and will calm down. Would recommend without any hesitation as so impressed with the results.
Titan is a lovely natured Staffordshire Bull Terrier that his owners rehomed from the RSPCA. As a breed it is not uncommon for Staffies to be mouth orientated and lick, mouth and sometimes even nip when they are excited. In Titans case this was so excessive that his owners had to muzzle him when they had visitors. It is not easy to stop this behaviour and his owners have been very committed to teaching him good behaviour as well as dealing with his bad behaviour so friends and family can see what a truly wonderful dog he is.
Sutton, Surrey (Testimonial)
26th June 2018Isla Clarke dealt with:
Was put straight at ease with Isla, after a conversation on getting to know Louie we preceded to work on Louies excited behaviour on greeting people. We also worked on Louies sit and stay. After almost a week on working on his training I'm pleased to say he's responding well and is eagar to please, it's like I'm finally talking in a language he understands. I look forward to Louies next lesson with Isla the dreaded out on the lead, but I'm more than confident Isla is the lady to put us on the right track to make walking a joy and not a tug of war.
Wolverhampton, West Midlands (Testimonial)
25th June 2018Lynn Prentice dealt with:
Really very effective. Lynn was firm but fair with dog and humans alike. Seems to have solved our issues so far
Northwood, Middlesex (Testimonial)
25th June 2018Estelle Jackson dealt with:
Brilliant began to see progress so quickly she was so patient absolutely brilliant
Mansfield, Nottinghamshire (Testimonial)
25th June 2018Liz Johnson dealt with:
Liz was really good, positive and encouraging. Her advice was sound and the proof was the response from Benji, we could even see a change in his behaviour during this visit. Liz has given us the confidence to be more forward with Benji. I would strongly recommend Bark Busters to anyone that has an animal with behaviour issues. A great help and sound advice.
Washington, Tyne and Wear (Testimonial)
24th June 2018Jo & Graham Milgrew dealt with:
Jo was very patient and took time to understand Stan's behaviour before diagnosing him. She has promised us some follow up context on dog anxiety and left some detailed notes as well so was very helpful
Stan is young Cockerpoo who constantly barks for attention. This happens when friends and family visit, when phone calls are made and can even happen when one of his owners come back in the room. The barking is loud and he keeps going for extensive periods of time even when they are giving him attention. Dogs can use attention seeking as a way to cope with stress and Stan is an anxious dog. This is not an easy fix. His owners have clearly been trying very hard to stop it but Stan has learnt what works and knows if he keeps going he will get the attention he craves. At the time of my visit I realised that they were expecting a baby so in addition to dealing with the attention seeking I have forwarded information on preparing Stan for this event which will be essential as he is anxious. In particular his owners can get him used to a crying baby (with a recording) and the fact that they will be occupied with a baby in the near future. Stan is wonderful in all other ways and has been very well trained by his owners so I have every confidence that they will succeed.
Leytonstone, London (Testimonial)