Training is an evolution and life is a journey that is full of twists and turns. We all react and adapt differently and dogs are no exception. Bark Busters’ aims to address your immediate concerns in 2 to 4 months. However, as situations change and new challenges arise, from having a baby to moving house, or adding a second dog into the mix, we will be there for you at no extra cost for the life of your pup.
Three Decades of Training Dogs
With over 30 years of training experience, we are passionate about helping dogs and their humans have a lifelong, positive and loving relationship. We start with a foundation of communication and build upon this as your dog grows and their experiences accumulate.
As with all relationships, good dog-human relationships take consistent work. If you’re committed to the process, we’ll be committed to the happiness of you and your pup throughout their lifetime.
Support that Stays with Your Dog
As your dog develops and new challenges emerge or reoccur, we will be there for support throughout your dog’s lifetime. If you move, our commitment moves with you. Your new local trainer will continue to support you either in-person, or virtually if distance dictates the need. If a move means your dog needs to be re-homed, our guarantee moves with them. Your dog’s new guardians are covered as long as they pay a transfer fee.
For more information about our Written Lifetime Guarantee, please reach out to us. Our trainers are happy to answer any questions you might have.
We've helped over 1 million dog owners. When you work with any of our 252 trainers, you’re bound to get exactly what your dog needs.
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