20 Years helping over 500000 dogs
2009 is a meaningful year for Bark Busters Home Dog Training. The brain child of Sylvia and Danny Wilson, Bark Busters celebrates its 20th birthday this year since its formation in Australia in 1989. It was 20 years ago when Sylvia & Danny Wilson first started the business that has now become the world's largest and most trusted dog training company. Since then, we have trained over half a million dogs in ten countries worldwide.
Their vision was to save as many dogs as possible from being surrendered to shelters or euthanised because of behaviour problems that were seemingly impossible to solve. Since then, our Bark Busters dog trainers have touched the lives of over 500,000 dogs. Bark Busters has grown in to the largest and most trusted dog training company in the world. Our trained therapists help dogs in Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada, Japan, Israel, Taiwan, France, Belgium and of course, here in the UK.
Bark Busters Home Dog Training formed its UK company in 1999 and has since grown its businesses throughout the world. Bark Busters is continuing its mission to build a global network of dog behavioural therapists to encourage responsible dog ownership and to reduce the possibility of maltreatment, abandonment and euthanasia of companion dogs. Bark Busters dog behavioural therapists are renowned authorities in the area of correcting dog behaviour. The Bark Busters' training system can successfully train any adult dog or puppy. The company's natural training technique leverages the same communications methods, body language and voice control, that dogs follow as part of their instinctual pack mentality.
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