While at Doggie Day-Care your dog will play with other friendly, social dogs, learn critical socialisation skills and be provided with daily exercise and cuddles
The Bark Park can help you and your dog achieve a long term and lasting relationship through positive training methods.
Baby Barkers offers your puppy the structure, interaction, play-time, nap-time and TLC they need to keep them motivated, confident and content..
If your dog points another dog our way we'll reward you with a free day of Day-Care!
At Bark Park, your dog will play with other friendly, social dogs, learn critical socialisation skills and be provided with daily exercise and cuddles.
And they go home each day with a 'smile' on their face!
"Sara was fantastic - she was so patient with us and our 12 week old Lab puppy, Ruby, and we saw immediate results. I would have no hesitation recommending Sara to anyone with a new puppy."
Gary, Jennifer and Ruby
"Sara was calm and reassuring when she visited us and our 18 month old Terrier mix, Millie. We were having a lot of issues with Millie as she was a rescue dog that had had a rough start in life. We are continuing the training techniques that Sara showed us and Millie is showing huge improvements. We would definitely recommend Sara."
The Buckley Family and Millie
"We did 6 weeks training with Sara for our beautiful but hyper 13 month old German Shepherd Puppy, Max. We have two young children who Max just didn't listen to and continuously knocked over. We also couldn't walk Max on a lead without him pulling us all over the place. It's been about 3 months since we finished our training with Sara and Max now walks calmly next to us. The kids are enjoying him a lot more now also. He is a pleasure to live with."
Alan, Denise, Karen, Luke and Max
"We had one very spoilt King Charles before meeting Sara. Charlie had no commands and would totally ignore us if he was off leash, especially if there were other dogs around. We also couldn't get him off the couch without him growling at us. We can now take him out without having to worry about his bad behaviour and are continuing to see an improvement at home."
Mary, Damien and Charlie