Free Dog Training Tips - Care and Advice on Behaviour Problems

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Why Adopt a Rescue Dog

Why Adopt a Rescue Dog

We often hear from pet owners that they are in the midst of getting a new dog. One of the main reasons Bark Busters came into existence, was our mission to rescue dogs from animal shelters. Too often animals are abandoned over behavioural issues that with the proper dog training could be easily resolved. Whether you are looking for a puppy or a more mature dog there are many good reasons to consider... read more…


Does your dog exhibit aggressive behaviour? If so, it is highly likely your dog feels vulnerable or under threat in those particular situations, and he will use his instinctive communication system to make his feelings known. These warning signals can include growling, the showing of teeth, raised hackles... read more…


Here are a couple of Bark Busters Home Dog Training suggestions to keep your dog entertained and out of mischief.​ read more…

Rescue Dogs

This guide should ensure that your dog is a pleasure to live with and more importantly for the dog, will never be returned to a shelter. read more…

Choosing a Puppy

How can anyone resist their big sad eyes - they're all adorable so how do you decide which puppy will turn out to be the right dog for you? Here are some pointers that might keep you on the straight and narrow and stop you from being seduced by the wrong one, especially if there are small children in the family.​ read more…

Horticultural Horrors for Hounds

There are many plants commonly found in home gardens which could prove lethal to dogs and especially puppies (who chew everything) - not to mention yourself and your children. Below is a list of some of those plants with the effects they can have if eaten - even in small quantities.

Toilet training

Toilet training for your puppy should start as soon as the puppy is home with you. You must be prepared to be patient and observant! read more…

Christmas tips to keep your dog safe over the festive season

In planning for this Christmas season's festivities, it is important to keep your dogs in mind. While most of us welcome the sights, sounds and smells of the season, it can also be chaotic, especially for dogs. read more…

Don't let the winter chill take a bite out of your dog's health.

Don't let the winter chill take a bite out of your dog's health.

As temperatures drop and the UK is getting ready for snow and ice, Bark Busters Home Dog Training advises dog owners to take special care to protect their dogs from winter dangers. read more…

Keeping your dog safe through the New Year celebrations

With New Year almost upon us, remember that your dog does't know it's time for celebration. Nor does he know that people making a lot of noise and staggering around is perfectly normal human behaviour during the festive season. read more…

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