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Our methods focus on creating a positive relationship between you and your dog to improve your dog's behavior and obedience. Our expertise is in understanding how a dog naturally thinks, learns and communicates and then using this to show you how to be your dog’s leader. Once this relationship is established, behavior change is a natural next step. Our techniques work with any age, any breed, any issue. You and your dog get one-on-one attention, an individualized plan to suit your family AND guaranteed support for the life of your dog.
Your dog lives with a family, in a home. This is where dog behavior training is most effective ...Start training at home
Puppies need guidance in the form of puppy obedience training to learn good manners ...Find out more
The Doberman Pinscher is one of dogkind's noblemen. This fearless and vigilant breed stands proudly among the world's finest protection dogs.
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Whether you are looking to purchase or adopt your first furry friend or add an additional member to your family, there are several important questions to ask before making the big decision. ...read moreDecember 31 2019
The Boston Terrier is a great family pet! Learn why Bark Busters expert dog trainer and behavior therapist, Nicole Martel, loves this featured breed. ...read moreDecember 06 2019
Bark Busters has sniffed the Internet and found eleven gifts we think any dog lover is sure to love. Some will bring a smile to the recipient’s face, and some are practical. Keep reading to find some great ideas for that dog lover in your life! ...read moreNovember 27 2019
The holidays have arrived! It’s the season of giving, and we love finding the perfect gift for our friends and family – after all, there’s no better feeling than giving someone special a present that brings a big smile to their face. ...read moreOctober 16 2019
Adults and kids alike love the Halloween holiday – it’s a great excuse to decorate your house, get dressed up, eat candy, and celebrate all things spooky. However, within this fun holiday, there are many potential dangers to our pets! ...read moreAugust 27 2019
Dogs are susceptible to physical and cognitive degeneration in the same way as humans, and since there is no way to stop it, it’s important to become familiar with the signs of Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome (CDS). ...read more