Bark Busters Reviews and Customer Testimonials
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21st October 2009Janet Goosen dealt with:
Janet is a really nice lady and helped us make progress with George when I was at the end of my tether. She spend a long time with us teaching us the techniques in an easy to understand way and was very friendly.
Horsforth, Leeds, west Yorkshire (Testimonial)
18th October 2009Andy Waterhouse dealt with:
Andy was very kind and helpful - my dogs really liked him + felt at ease with him. Andy has helped me to understand my dogs behaviour + I feel more confident now handling my dogs + their problems.
I now feel I am more of a pack leader than before.
Wanstead, London (Testimonial)
18th October 2009Linda Dodsworth dealt with:
Very impressed. Simple and effective.
Humberston, Grimsby (Testimonial)
17th October 2009Kim Lummis dealt with:
We were both truly amazed at the ease with which our puppy reacted to our new commands. The session is quite stressful and draining mainly due to the initial shock of seeing our dog being submissive. At first we felt "guilty" but life is already easier with the puppy.
PS - The lady in the Pet Shop had given us your name.
Burgess Hill, West Sussex (Testimonial)
15th October 2009Phillip Gazzard dealt with:
A very interesting and informative session. Looking forward to the next meeting and trying to carry out training and techniques suggested. Very good value.
Jess is an adorable Working Cocker Spaniel who has just embarked on her first puppy management training session. She had a strong propensity to jump up and mouth which has now been resolved. Her ongoing training will include lead walking, recall, attentiveness and distance control.
Enfield, Hertforshire (Testimonial)
15th October 2009Nicki Platt dealt with:
Nicki's comments and training tips have been very helpful - the house is much quieter already.
I look forward to carry on training with Nicki.
15th October 2009Nicki Platt dealt with:
Nicki was very professional. She took her time to observe and assess Sweet-Pea. She then demonstrated basic training techniques and left me with a write up of these and other information for looking after Sweet-Pea. I have followed Nicki's system and found it to be very effective in curing Sweet-Peas aggression.
15th October 2009Linda Dodsworth dealt with:
I was so impressed with the first session. My dogs sat nicely by my legs as I talked to neighbour in the street and a cat crossed the road, unheard of three hourse before Linda came! My neighbour was so impressed that she is going to contact Bark Busters for her dog.
My only regret is that I didn't know about Bark Busters years ago. A site on the internet urges people to cancel your session with Bark Busters. They are small minded idiots who obviously can't understand simple instructions.
I have, and I will again, recommend Bark Busters to any one with a dog issue.
12th October 2009Phillip Gazzard dealt with:
Phil was absolutely fantastic! He took the time to listen and answer all our queries, whether big or small. Our puppy responded immediately to his training technique. I would highly recommend Phil to anyone wanting to have a well trained and happy dog!
Lola is a 12 week old Yellow Labrador puppy with a sweet nature and excellent breeding. She was a blank canvas in terms of training with specific needs relating to house training, designated sleeping area, walking to heel, general obedience, food steeling and recall. Lola has responded brilliantly to her first training session and is looking forward to graduating with flying colours through her ongoing programme.
West Kensington, London (Testimonial)
12th October 2009Tina Edwards dealt with:
Tina is b&**%y marvellous and solves long-term major problems with a calm efficiency. She explains techniques clearly and simplifies actions to make them clearly understandable. Having control over my dog is the most empowering feeling! I would recommend her to anyone!
Two dogs in this rural home, the older female was causing a nuisance by barking at the gate and along a lengthy fence line; at passers by, horse riders, sometimes spooking the horses and local dog walkers. We worked on gaining full control in the house first ensuring that the owner regained leadership before moving outside. We set up situaions so we could correct the barking with lots of praise to reinforce the good response.
Fordcombe, Kent (Testimonial)