The latest news from Bark Busters, the dog training experts.
AUDIO: Spring 2009 - Kingston's BobFM Radio (CJPT 103.7) Presents Kingston Bark Busters Dog Trainer Alana Niederegger explainingBbark Busters' revolutionary methods and how to "teach an old dog a new trick".Read more
AUDIO: Ottawa's CFRA 580 News Talk Radio talks with Ottawa East Bark Buster Dianne Sarasin about how and why dog behaviour issues arise.
To listen to the interview, click on the link below.Read more
The Daily Gleaner, Fredericton, NB - What do you do when you meet a dog for the first time? How do you care for a ferret? These are just a couple of the things kids at a humane education summer camp are learning.
Education is a priority for the Fredericton SPCA. That’s why it has set up two pilot humane education summer camps; the first SPCA camps in Atlantic Canada.
LeeAnn Haggerty is the Fredericton SPCA’s education outreach co-ordinator.Read more
"Wow, every time I bark, I make the airplane go away, and the postman doesn't come in, and I have total and supreme control!"
These are the anthropomorphized thoughts of a dog that believes he is at the top of his pack in his household.
But dogs should not be head of the household... click the link below to read the full article.Read more
VIDEO: Rogers Daytime TV Ottawa - Dianne Sarasin, Bark Busters' Ottawa East Trainer provides Christmas Holiday tips for viewers with dogs.Read more
VIDEO: October 14, 2007 CTV Ottawa News At Noon hosts Ottawa Bark Busters Dianne Sarasin and Connie Clarke with Halloween tips for dog owners.Read more
Maria Tzavaras, Inside Toronto - September 24, 2007
A few months ago, I became the proud mommy of a chocolate-brown, floppy-eared hound dog named Lucky.
Rescued from an abusive situation, Lucky displays fear-aggression toward men. Worried the behaviour would escalate, I contacted Bark Busters.Read more
Kim Goggins, The Mirror (The Barrie Advance) - August 28, 2007
I’ve been living with an embarrassing secret for years, now; one that no one had realized unless they walked into my house or yard.
My husband Hugh and I had a badly behaved dog. I said, ‘had’ because my problems with her are now solved. All it took was a call to Bark Busters and an open mind.Read more
S. Whittaker, The Gazette (Montreal) - Monday July 16, 2007
Let's just get this out of the way at the beginning. All those jokes about Graham Smith's business going to the dogs or the one about him being barking mad? He's heard them all and will probably laugh all the way to the bank anyway.Read more