In-Home Dog-Training Session Plus Follow-Up for One or Two Dogs from Bark Busters Home Dog Training (Up to 52% Off)

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A dog may be man's best friend, but before he can be best man at a wedding, he must learn to stop slobbering on children and giving toasts that are nothing but barks. Teach your dog the rules of gentlemanly conduct with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $195 for a three-hour in-home dog-training session and a 45-minute follow-up session for one dog (a $395 value)
  • $380 for the above package for two dogs (a $790 value)

Drawing on her knowledge of canine communication and pack behavior, certified master trainer and behavioral therapist Kristyn Hayes curbs behavioral problems such as aggression, disobedience, digging, and barking without the use of punishment or treats.

Bark Busters Home Dog Training

Dog trainers Danny and Silvia Wilson founded Bark Busters Home Dog Training in Australia in 1989, hoping to help reduce the number of dogs abandoned or euthanized because of their behavioral problems. More than two decades later, their business has grown to incorporate more than 400 franchises worldwide and has helped more than 750,000 dogs live harmoniously with their human counterparts. Rather than bribing pups with treats or applying punitive methods such as shock collars, Bark Busters’ therapists follow a training system based on canine communication and pack behavior. Dogs instinctively respond to these body-language and voice-control techniques, which therapists customize to suit each dog’s personality and each family’s needs and lifestyle. Over the course of the training, therapists curb behavioral problems such as aggression, barking, jumping, gambling, and digging while teaching canine owners the leadership skills they need to make their pets feel confident and secure.

Bark Busters’ confidence in their services allows them to offer a lifetime-support guarantee (not included with today's Groupon). If the dog's behavior does not improve, therapists will work with the client for one year or for the lifespan of the dog—depending on the service purchased—at no additional charge.

Bark Busters Home Dog Training

Dog trainers Danny and Silvia Wilson founded Bark Busters Home Dog Training in Australia in 1989, hoping to help reduce the number of dogs abandoned or euthanized because of their behavioral problems. More than two decades later, their business has grown to incorporate more than 400 franchises worldwide and has helped more than 750,000 dogs live harmoniously with their human counterparts. Rather than bribing pups with treats or applying punitive methods such as shock collars, Bark Busters’ therapists follow a training system based on canine communication and pack behavior. Dogs instinctively respond to these body-language and voice-control techniques, which therapists customize to suit each dog’s personality and each family’s needs and lifestyle. Over the course of the training, therapists curb behavioral problems such as aggression, barking, jumping, gambling, and digging while teaching canine owners the leadership skills they need to make their pets feel confident and secure.

Bark Busters’ confidence in their services allows them to offer a lifetime-support guarantee. If the dog's behavior does not improve, therapists will work with the client for one year or for the lifespan of the dog—depending on the service purchased—at no additional charge.

In a Nutshell

Therapists curb canine behavior problems with communication-based training techniques taught on the dog's own home territory

The Fine Print

Expires Oct 15th, 2012. Limit one per pet per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required.New clients only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid only within service area . Valid only with Kristyn Hayes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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