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22nd October 2017

Ken Tran dealt with: Jumping up at visitors or the dog jumps up at people on walks Pulling on the Lead Puppy Management Sibling Rivalry - aggression or fighting between dogs in the same household

Ken was an absolute pleasure to deal with. Helped us the right way to lead our dogs and the least harmful way to them.


Melissa Y.
Lugarno, New South Wales

21st October 2017

Ken Tran dealt with: Aggression to a dog or other animal or where the dog is aggressive to the owner or a stranger Barking at people, dogs, animals, birds or where the dog barks for attention or at the slightest noise Destructive chewing that results in destruction of furniture, woodwork etc Jumping up at visitors or the dog jumps up at people on walks Pulling on the Lead Recall or not coming when called
Photo of Victoria G.'s dog

Very happy with the training. Audrey is walking so much better on the lead now.

We are now using the water bottle which has been effective.

Still working on breaking Audrey's concentration when she gets fixated on something when we're out


Victoria G.
Wolli Creek, New South Wales

20th October 2017

Ken Tran dealt with: Barking at people, dogs, animals, birds or where the dog barks for attention or at the slightest noise Pulling on the Lead

Ken was amazing straight away with Artie and ever since the first session with him, Artie has been perfect! It's amazing!


Stacey F.
Redfern, New South Wales

19th October 2017

Ken Tran dealt with: Aggression to a dog or other animal or where the dog is aggressive to the owner or a stranger Pulling on the Lead

Ken first came to train my dog Molly about 5 years ago. She is a rescue dog and was about 2 years old at the time. I didn't know that Molly was aggressive when I rescued her. She wasn't like that with me or my children. I was walking her as I have always done with my dogs in the leash free park nearby. Molly started to chase a jogger and nipped at his ankles. I thought it was a one off. The next time she ran over to a man playing ball in the park and was biting him. He was yelling out that she bites. We thought he was being a big woodShe only weighs 3 kg and looks very cute but she reminds me of the cute fluffy bunny in Monty Python and the Holy Grail who flys through the air and rips at people's throats.

Molly did respond to the methods Ken used the first time he came, however I neglected to practice them for a few mins each day as he suggested. Consequently Molly has been a big problem to me over the years. I thought about having her put down at one stage. She caused me so much stress and prevented me from enjoying my walks and socialising at home and on my walks with her. I can't have people to my house that she doesn't know unless I lock her away. She is aggressive towards people and dogs that she doesn't know. On walks, she tries to bite anyone or anything that come near her. She goes psycho if a bike rider or jogger goes past. She really frightens them sometimes and they almost fall off their bike. It's a problem when my daughter brings her cat away with us. Molly is obsessed with the cat and if I let her I'm sure she would attack it.

I can't believe the difference in Molly since Ken came back to help me train her recently. I'm away with my daughter and her cat at the moment and with the technique Ken showed me, I was able to keep Molly off the lead while the cat was nearby and control her sufficiently so she didn't go for the cat. In the past, Molly wouldn't have listened to me at all and would have been obsessed with getting the cat. It would have been a blood bath, I'm sure!

Also walking Molly has improved dramatically. She responds to me now when I correct her if she starts to bark or pull ahead to try to attack people or dogs. She actually stops and looks at me now. Before Ken showed me what to do, there was no stopping Molly. She was obsessed. We're not there yet however there's been a marked improvement. My daughter is very impressed!


Louise S.
Sydney, New South Wales

19th October 2017

Ken Tran dealt with: Aggression to a dog or other animal or where the dog is aggressive to the owner or a stranger Pulling on the Lead

Ken first came to train my dog Molly about 5 years ago. She is a rescue dog and was about 2 years old at the time. I didn't know that Molly was aggressive when I rescued her. She wasn't like that with me or my children. I was walking her as I have always done with my dogs in the leash free park nearby. Molly started to chase a jogger and nipped at his ankles. I thought it was a one off. The next time she ran over to a man playing ball in the park and was biting him. He was yelling out that she bites. We thought he was being a big woodShe only weighs 3 kg and looks very cute but she reminds me of the cute fluffy bunny in Monty Python and the Holy Grail who flys through the air and rips at people's throats.

Molly did respond to the methods Ken used the first time he came, however I neglected to practice them for a few mins each day as he suggested. Consequently Molly has been a big problem to me over the years. I thought about having her put down at one stage. She caused me so much stress and prevented me from enjoying my walks and socialising at home and on my walks with her. I can't have people to my house that she doesn't know unless I lock her away. She is aggressive towards people and dogs that she doesn't know. On walks, she tries to bite anyone or anything that come near her. She goes psycho if a bike rider or jogger goes past. She really frightens them sometimes and they almost fall off their bike. It's a problem when my daughter brings her cat away with us. Molly is obsessed with the cat and if I let her I'm sure she would attack it.

I can't believe the difference in Molly since Ken came back to help me train her recently. I'm away with my daughter and her cat at the moment and with the technique Ken showed me, I was able to keep Molly off the lead while the cat was nearby and control her sufficiently so she didn't go for the cat. In the past, Molly wouldn't have listened to me at all and would have been obsessed with getting the cat. It would have been a blood bath, I'm sure!

Also walking Molly has improved dramatically. She responds to me now when I correct her if she starts to bark or pull ahead to try to attack people or dogs. She actually stops and looks at me now. Before Ken showed me what to do, there was no stopping Molly. She was obsessed. We're not there yet however there's been a marked improvement. My daughter is very impressed!


Louise S.
Sydney, New South Wales

16th October 2017

Ken Tran dealt with: Aggression to a dog or other animal or where the dog is aggressive to the owner or a stranger Pulling on the Lead

Ken first came to train my dog Molly about 5 years ago. She is a rescue dog and was about 2 years old at the time. I didn't know that Molly was aggressive when I rescued her. She wasn't like that with me or my children. I was walking her as I have always done with my dogs in the leash free park nearby. Molly started to chase a jogger and nipped at his ankles. I thought it was a one off. The next time she ran over to a man playing ball in the park and was biting him. He was yelling out that she bites. We thought he was being a big woodShe only weighs 3 kg and looks very cute but she reminds me of the cute fluffy bunny in Monty Python and the Holy Grail who flys through the air and rips at people's throats.

Molly did respond to the methods Ken used the first time he came, however I neglected to practice them for a few mins each day as he suggested. Consequently Molly has been a big problem to me over the years. I thought about having her put down at one stage. She caused me so much stress and prevented me from enjoying my walks and socialising at home and on my walks with her. I can't have people to my house that she doesn't know unless I lock her away. She is aggressive towards people and dogs that she doesn't know. On walks, she tries to bite anyone or anything that come near her. She goes psycho if a bike rider or jogger goes past. She really frightens them sometimes and they almost fall off their bike. It's a problem when my daughter brings her cat away with us. Molly is obsessed with the cat and if I let her I'm sure she would attack it.

I can't believe the difference in Molly since Ken came back to help me train her recently. I'm away with my daughter and her cat at the moment and with the technique Ken showed me, I was able to keep Molly off the lead while the cat was nearby and control her sufficiently so she didn't go for the cat. In the past, Molly wouldn't have listened to me at all and would have been obsessed with getting the cat. It would have been a blood bath, I'm sure!

Also walking Molly has improved dramatically. She responds to me now when I correct her if she starts to bark or pull ahead to try to attack people or dogs. She actually stops and looks at me now. Before Ken showed me what to do, there was no stopping Molly. She was obsessed. We're not there yet however there's been a marked improvement. My daughter is very impressed!


Louise S.
Sydney, New South Wales

11th October 2017

Ken Tran dealt with: Digging Hyperactivity Jumping up at visitors or the dog jumps up at people on walks Pulling on the Lead Puppy Management Recall or not coming when called Sibling Rivalry - aggression or fighting between dogs in the same household Separation Anxiety

Training was exceptional! Ken took the time to listen and understand our house rules and lifestyle. Instead of giving blanket rules and explanations he was able to respond with ideas that suited us and our dog's behaviours and each individual family member. The exercises we did were reasonable and Ken encouraged our efforts in a friendly manner. Every aspect of training was demonstrated and easy to follow along, every effort was made to make sure each and every family member understood. The training made us confident and comfortable with our dogs which was most rewarding. We were given strategies and demonstations for almost any question or problem that arose. Previous training with other companies did not leave us as nearly as well prepared as Ken from BarkBusters did.


Ishani T.
Alfords Point, New South Wales

9th October 2017

Ken Tran dealt with: Destructive chewing that results in destruction of furniture, woodwork etc Puppy Management

Our first meeting with Ken was professional and the training with Einstein was very informative,satifised our needs and wants with our newest member in our family!


Beverly R.
GYMEA, New South Wales

26th September 2017

Ken Tran dealt with: Destructive chewing that results in destruction of furniture, woodwork etc Puppy Management Toileting

Easy practical explanation and guidance. Very didactic and comprehensive training.


Romain G.
Malabar, New South Wales

25th September 2017

Ken Tran dealt with: Jumping up at visitors or the dog jumps up at people on walks Pulling on the Lead Recall or not coming when called Separation Anxiety

Shadow is a 4 year old rescue dog who obviously hadnt been trained. Ken showed me how to teach her "sit" and other commands. She has responded really well which I am extremely happy about. He is firm and gentle with her and is teaching me how to control her. I am walking her now and she is getting to know that I am the leader of the pack. Ken is a very good teacher to me and Shadow and really knows how to handle dogs. I am very happy with his training methods . I would not hesitate to recommend Ken to anyone who needs dog training.


Faye H.
Kingsgrove, New South Wales

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