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SPCA International Names Bark Busters 'Best of the Best'

Bark Busters, the world’s largest, most trusted dog training company, and its global network of dog behavioral therapists are recognized for excellence in dog behavior therapy and training services

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. —January 4, 2008—SPCA International ( announced the selection of Bark Busters Home Dog Training ( as an inaugural winner of its Best of the Best award, designating Bark Busters dog behavioral training services the “best of the best” in its category. No other training company or dog trainer received such a distinction.

“This is a high honor for us,” says Liam Crowe, Bark Busters dog behavioral therapist and trainer. “It is a testament to our founders, Danny and Sylvia Wilson, and the highly effective and all-natural training system they developed. This award also speaks to the dedication of the hundreds of Bark Busters dog behavioral therapists around the world, who everyday make a difference in the lives of dogs and their human families.”

The Best of the Best award from SPCA International is designed to recognize products, services, and programs that represent high quality and exceptional value. Each company receiving the Best of the Best award was nominated and approved by SPCA International’s panel of animal experts. “Since pet parents have many options for products and services designed for their animal companions, SPCA International has sought after and identified the ‘best of the best’ in multiple categories,” explains Stephanie Scroggs, SPCA’s director of communications. “We exercise great care in determining the Best of the Best award winners. To receive the SPCA International Best of the Best award and be listed on our website, an organization must provide the highest quality product or service and unequivocal value to consumers. Bark Busters delivers that to its customers and their animal companions. SPCA International is pleased to support them 100 percent.”

As world leaders in natural home dog training, Bark Busters global network of dog behavioral therapists have trained more than 400,000 dogs worldwide and are committed to helping people care for and communicate clearly with their dogs—not only to reduce misbehavior or the risk of maltreatment, but also to enhance owners’ relationships with their dogs.

For more details or to find a local trainer, call 877-500-BARK (2275) or visit To view a complete list of winners of the 2008 Best of the Best award from SPCA International, visit

About Bark Busters
Bark Busters, the world's largest, most trusted dog training company, started in Australia in 1989 and came to the United States in 2000. Since inception, more than 400,000 dogs have been trained worldwide using its dog-friendly, natural methods. With 240+ franchised offices in 41 states and more than 400 offices in 10 countries, Bark Busters is continuing its mission to build a global network of dog behavioral therapists to enhance responsible dog ownership and reduce the possibility of maltreatment, abandonment and euthanasia of companion dogs. Bark Busters is the only international dog training company that offers a written lifetime guarantee. Therapists will provide future sessions free of charge if problem behaviors recur, or if any new problems develop. For more information, visit, where dog owners can complete a Dog Behavioral Quiz to rate their dogs' behavior.

About SPCA International:
The mission of SPCA International is to raise awareness of the abuse of animals to a global level, to teach and foster good pet parenting practices, and to promote spay and neuter programs around the world with the goal of eradicating the need to euthanize healthy and adoptable companion animals. also provides a global information and referral resource to animal guardians and advocates throughout the world to those who seek a shelter or wish to adopt a shelter animal.