Bark Busters Reviews and Customer Testimonials
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18th May 2010Linda Dodsworth dealt with:
Linda was fantastic, we are thrilled at how quickly and how well Tito has responded to the training. It has already made such a difference taking him for walks and is now really enjoyable. We would definitely recommend Bark Busters. Thank you Linda!!!
18th May 2010Tracey Callaghan dealt with:
Tracey gave me lots of helpful advise and showed me how to use the techniques and aids with Mojo. His behaviour changed immediately and he seems calmer within the first day. We have a long way to go but now can see a light at the end of the tunnel. A big thanks to Tracey for her patience and understanding and especially for the hope she's given me.
Farnworth, Bolton (Testimonial)
15th May 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
Tiny is now responding to some of the commands. he is much calmer. Lynn is a very good trainer there is a long way to go yet but we are getting there, he will be a good dog at the end of it.
Tiny is a teacup yorkie with a very big personality.
He was giving his owners a real run around when he was only 14 weeks fortunately they got on to it early and things are turning around
Harlow Essex (Testimonial)
15th May 2010Tracey Callaghan dealt with:
Tracey was fab! After the training session I could not believe the results obtained. I was given the knowledge and understanding as to how to control and react positively when my dog got into the mind of "frenzy". I used to dread visitors calling - now I can't wait for them to come!! Tracey is my sort of person!
Tyldesley, Manchester (Testimonial)
15th May 2010Isla Clarke dealt with:
Isla was very professional, puts you at ease from word go. Dog responded well. Isla gave clear instuctions, made the techniques fun as well as educational, answered all questions asked. Have practised every day with recomendations Isla gave me, small progress - still a way to go but others have noticed a difference in J.D already.
14th May 2010Tracey Callaghan dealt with:
Tracey put me at ease right away. I was surprised at how quick Blade was at responding to the command that Tracey told me to use. He is now walking a lot better on the lead and he stops barking almost immediately at the window when he hears or sees someone. He now goes on his bed without being told to, leaving my feet free to move around. "Well done"
Westhoughton, Bolton (Testimonial)
13th May 2010
The training session was a pleasure for me and my dog. My trainer showed enthusiasm for her work and was able to explain the methods in a concise understandable manner. Our whole session was completely documented by her and left with me along with other relevant materials. Five star recommedation.
12th May 2010Tina Edwards dealt with:
Tina is very good at her job and trained me well with the help of her dogs as well. Thank you very much.
A rescue ex racing Greyhound a lovely laid back boy in the house, but lunged and barked at dogs when out for a walk. On the first session we worked at general walking techniques and with the help of a neighbour I showed how he could be controlled and his behaviour changed when meeting dogs. On our second session I took my own dogs to act as stooges to help gain more control and and relaxation around dogs. The owners have worked hard with the techniques and achieved the result they wanted.
Biggin Hill, Kent (Testimonial)
11th May 2010Nicki Platt dealt with:
The therapist was extremley helpful with Ty. The dog responded to the techniques in just the first session, it was amazing. I never thought it could be done. I would definetley recommend BarkBusters.
Nicki explained everything very throughly and clearly.
11th May 2010Lee Hardy dealt with:
Lee Hardy has given practical advice on aspects of training Millie to become our ideal dog. We found the sessions to be very helpful and informal and the opportunity to put ideas into practice in our own home environment is to us an added bonus. We trust that the promising start that has been made towards Millie's training will continue.