Bark Busters Reviews and Customer Testimonials
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21st April 2010Isla Clarke dealt with:
The trainer was fantastic and made my dog feel at ease straight away. The fantastic work she did with my dog and the family was amazing my dog needed help with a lot of things. The main problem was getting the collar on her and the lead. We saw great improvement within the time the trainer was with us. We as a family learned such a lot about her being stressed and where her hyperactivity came from. We were amazed it was partly her food so she now has natural food. We need the help because my dog got scared and traumatised by another dog. The trainer was amazing with the dog straight away and she is much calmer. I would recommend Bark Busters to anyone. If I had not called I dont know what we would of done.
20th April 2010Tracey Callaghan dealt with:
Tracey was brilliant, instant reaction with both dogs. Tracey said that our dogs had us well trained, well now we are on our way to having them well trained thanks to Tracey.
Hindley, Wigan (Testimonial)
19th April 2010Nicki Platt dealt with:
Barking under control and walking on the lead improved. A more controled dog.
17th April 2010Richard Brewster dealt with:
The initial training sesion was excellent. Detailed and helpful. The dogs responded immediately. We look forward to walking happy and non-aggressive dogs. Richard was friendly, patient and firm (with us as well as the dogs!!)
17th April 2010Tina Edwards dealt with:
Thank you Tina and Kim. I feel in control of Leinster. I no longer feel frightened if someone comes to my door. He responded within minutes to the techniques you showed me and I can see the perfect dog he is supposed to be.
This Border Collie, was a rather timid dog who took it upon himself to "guard" 24/7! He would bark madly at people walking past the garden fence and had rushed out of the house and nipped a visiting child. Mrs S was concerned that his behaviour might put her own children at risk, but when we showed her how to relieve him of his responsibilities, he seemed to heave a huge sigh of relief! His walking still needs some work and also it appeared that he had some pain in his lower back that could account for some of his behaviour.
Canterbury, Kent (Testimonial)
17th April 2010Richard Brewster dealt with:
When we finally called Bark Busters we were at the end of our ropes. We had just moved house and our dogs - Roxy and Gretchen were adjusting badly and barking constantly. (Needless to say we werent being welcomed into our new neighbourhood!) Richard listened to our problems, clearly outlined where he believed the problems lay and began to work with us then and there. Two weeks on we are still working to iron out some of the wrinkles but the overall difference in the dogs is amazing and our neighbours are finally happy to know us!!
17th April 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
Lynn has been wonderful in the training of our two Springer Spaniels Molly and Basil.We have had two sessions with Lynn and already I have noticed a big difference in both our dogs. I am very happy with the results achiened so far.
Molly and Basil are two fabulous Springers, who just needed to have their place in the pack explained to them. They are responding really well to their training with Mr & Mrs S established as the pack leaders.
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Watford Herts (Testimonial)
17th April 2010Lee Hardy dealt with:
It has made a difference already - within 48 hours of Lee coming over! My biggest issue with my puppy was the separation anxiety + everything is working
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16th April 2010Phillip Gazzard dealt with:
Phillip was fantastic, I saw a result from our first session. He not only improved my dogs behaviour, but gave me the confidence I needed to be pack leader. I would recommend Phillip to anyone whole heartedly!
Mitcham, Surrey (Testimonial)
16th April 2010Tina Edwards dealt with:
Tina was extremely throrough and we felt much more confident after the first session.
This little dog, a Springer Spaniel,had started to believe that the lady of the house belonged to him! He'd started to growl and her husband when he came near, although was happy to be taken for walks by him! If they showed affection to each other, he'd get very excited and growl and bark, especially if in the kitchen at the time!! We started work to control barking at the front door using voice and body language in a way that he could understand and once that was under control, we worked on his possessiveness of Mrs B. Very quickly he began to realise that his behaviour was not acceptable and although there is lots of practice to do, he is well on the way to being a less anxious and more happy dog.
Ticehurst, East Sussex (Testimonial)