A better way to a better dog

Sharing your life with a dog is one of the most enjoyable and rewarding experiences you can have. Unfortunately, the challenges of training your best friend can sometimes be overwhelming. That's where Bark Busters can help. Bark Busters In-Home Dog Training offers customized, one-on-one, in your home training for your pooch. Our techniques are dog-friendly, results-oriented and guaranteed for life. Bark Busters has helped over ONE MILLION DOGS become better friends with their guardians. Now, let us help you.

Range of behaviours Bark Busters can help with:
  • Puppy training
  • Leash training
  • Barking
  • Separation anxiety
  • Aggressive dog behaviour
  • Jumping
  • General obedience training
  • And more

Dogs are part of our family and the way they behave impacts our living environment.  A difficult dog can cause unrest in the home, while a well adjusted dog can bring joy and unconditional love to everyone.

I have long learned the importance of clear communication and strong leadership.  We are always happier when we know what is expected of us and our canine friends are no different.

Our dog training methods at Bark Busters help you learn how to communicate and establish leadership that your dog understands.  This results in a happier dog and a very happy owner.

So join the over 1 million satisfied Bark Busters customers worldwide, who have discovered the joy of getting the best out of their Best Friend.

It would be a pleasure to work with you.

 

Reviews

More Reviews from Sarah Clair
Owner: Megan
Review: We recently adopted a rescue dog, who has a lovely disposition but was terrible on leash and never came when she was called. A total flight risk! One lesson with Sarah from Bark Busters and she was listening and being obedient and seemed like a different dog. It was amazing! I would highly...
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Owner: Katherine
Review: We owe Sarah a massive thank you. Our 1.5 year old lab Yoda was adopted last November and we realized quickly that he lacked basic socializing skills. He would become way too excited around new people and forget his manners (e.g., vocalizing, jumping, play nipping). He was also very food motivated...
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