Home Dog Training - We Come to You!
Solving behavioral issues such as aggression towards people or other animals.
Curing embarrassing habits like barking, jumping up on people, scratching and whining at the back door.
Creating an obedient dog or puppy that will happily walk on leash without tugging, sit or stay on command, and come immediately when called. (Sorry, we don't train children!)
Setting off-limit areas for your dog.
Reducing the stress of separation anxiety without the need for sedatives or drugs.
The Bark Busters Method
We teach you to communicate with your pet.
"Blah, blah, blah, bad dog!" Do you think your dog isn't listening to you? Maybe you simply are not speaking his language.
The Bark Busters method is based on the way dogs communicate with each other and how they learn from older, more important dogs in the pack. This is what makes our training unique and effective.
Why do we train in your home?
Your dog lives with a family, in a home. This is where he misbehaves most often so this is where training is most effective. Dogs learn by association. Bark Busters teaches your dog to listen in the home environment. If it does not listen at home, it will not listen outside your territory.
Training in your home is a one-on-one system without the distraction of other dogs or the stress of being sent away for training at a kennel.
All dogs are not the same, so we vary our approach based on each dog’s personality and temperament and what will work for that dog. We also vary the training to suit the family's specific needs and lifestyle, the dog's environment and what YOU do or don't want from your dog.
The Bark Busters method does not include the use of big sticks, rolled newspapers or threats of any kind.
We do not use shock collars, spray collars or pronged collars.
We teach you to use just your VOICE to control your dog . . . both on and off leash, at your home, at the park . . . anywhere.
demolitionic wrote:Well, what really frightened me is, he asked some questions about her, and I said she's fear aggressive. He responded with, "Fear and aggression are different issues."
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