Bark Busters Reviews and Customer Testimonials
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19th July 2009Debbie McCulloch dealt with:
Debbie our therapist was brilliant!I can't commend her highly enough.
18th July 2009Tina Edwards dealt with:
It got to the point where I dreaded taking Poppy out for a walk or having visitors round. She had become aggressive and unpredictable. Now I feel there is light at the end of the tunnel. I'm so happy that we contacted Tina, she showed us the training in a light and friendly manner and did not make us feel stupid for all the istakes that we'd been making. I look forward to Tina's next visit.
I noticed early on in the session that Poppy pulled away from a gentle stroke down her back and on investigation, following a visit from a physiotherapist, old trauma was found and although this had healed she had bad memories and her body was sensitive. We are working on helping her to "unlearn" the aggressive behaviour to show her that interaction with dogs and people won't hurt her. That and massage should help her body and mind repair completely.
17th July 2009Craig Steiff dealt with:
Absolutely brilliant - the transformation in both our dogs was almost instant, and all the things we've struggled with for so long are well on their way to being corrected.
Really like the approach and can't recommend Craig highly enough.
If you're considering this, don't hesitate to get in touch.
16th July 2009Kim Lummis dealt with:
Our first two sessions with Kim have been fantastic. Kim explained everything really well and had lots of patience with us and Trinity.
We have all learnt so much and wish we had known Kim when Trinity was a puppy. Thank you.
Pound Hill, West Sussex
16th July 2009Phillip Gazzard dealt with:
Excellent training and information. Belle responded very well and has developed into a very well behaved dog. Looking forward to letting her roam free very shortly.
Belle is a delightfully biddable 10 month, Border Collie rescue dog. Her devoted new owner adopted her from a sanctuary who had rescued her from a farm where she had been roaming wild, with the prospect of almost certain euthanasia. Belle had been surviving rough for some time. Trust needed to be developed in the relationship with her new owner along with a training and behaviour modification programme. Belle has responded beautifully to the newly learnt leadership skills of her committed and loving owner, and she is now enjoying the safety and security of a bond made in heaven.
East Barnet, Herts
15th July 2009Kim Lummis dealt with:
We both thought Kim's techniques and training were delivered in a professional way and we both learnt a great deal about dog psychology. We are pleased with Harry's progress so far but we feel he still needs a bit more work. We are sure Kim will be able to resolve any outstanding problems.
Hove, East Sussex
15th July 2009Phillip Gazzard dealt with:
Phillip or system?
Muffin is a gorgeous 8 month old Jack Russell bitch who was given as a gift from daughter to mother, having recently lost their previous dog to old age. Bark Busters trainer Phillip Gazzard was consulted to help resolve inappropriate toileting indoors, as well as a propensity to jump up, and a resistance to walking on the lead. Muffin responded immediately to the training, and to the newly styled leadership of her devoted owner. She is on a fast track house-training programme using Bark Busters unique and revolutionary toilet training method. Muffin no longer jumps up, and is now walking proudly and perfectly to heel. Well Done!
13th July 2009Linda Dodsworth dealt with:
Billy has lived with me for 12 of his 13 years and for the first time in those 12 years I've been able to pop to the shops and leave Billy at home, thanks to Bark Busters.
12th July 2009Phillip Gazzard dealt with:
The change in our dog was almost instant. Easy technique to follow with immediate results. We should have started years ago.
Benson is a 10mth old male Golden Retriever who prior to Bark Busters had developed an attention seeking habit of barking in the middle of the night and at random times throughout the day. He was also pulling on the lead, had poor attentiveness to his owner and unreliable recall. Within the first 3 hours of training, to his owners sheer delight, Benson responded immediately with a complete cessation to the barking, a transformation in attentiveness, and was now walking perfectly to heel on the lead. At the second training session we embarked upon recall and distance control exercises at the park which produced immediate results. Benson is still a work in progress with his training continuing under the guidance of Bark Busters behavioural therapist and trainer -Phillip Gazzard
12th July 2009Debbie McCulloch dealt with:
The impact was almost immediate.It is totally amazing how changing the way you command your dog can make them a follower.Rudi is not perfect yet but he (and us)but we have made the strides forward.I would definately recommend this training to one and all.