Sebbi and Zuma Biosecurity Dogs Now working on on Lord Howe Island

Project consulting for conservation detection, security,

anti-poaching and more.


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The Austins Dog Training Education website has launched!

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the range of courses!

Our work with detection dogs
has a wide range of applications

* Conservation (animal and plant) * Narcotics * Medical * Explosives * Research * Biosecurity

Do you need an independent consultant?

Steve is now available
in person or via phone, Skype and Zoom.

Austins Dog Training Education

For the first time in Australia, Steve and Vicki Austin have launched a new dog training portal for many aspects of professional dog training!
By utilising all methods of technology available today, individuals around the country will have the opportunity to train directly with Steve and Vicki.
Courses include: Canine Scent Detection, Luring Workshop, Puppy Raising, Puppy Instructors and more.

Steve uses and recommends
The Trainers Pouch

It is a flexible and washable pouch made with the best silicone reinforcement treat pouch that is absolutely perfect for dog training.

Keep up to date with Steve’s incredible work, new projects and great photos of his 4 legged team on Facebook, LinkedIn and Youtube.

All enquiries for work, appearances and training are welcome. Contact Steve by email or phone:  +61 (0) 419 983 164

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Steve can provide consultations in person or via phone, Zoom or Skype.

Steve also provides for organisations who have current detection dog units, or thinking of establishing detection dog units.  Steve can provide an independent assessment without bias or self interest.

All assessments are strictly confidential and are done in a manner to improve and to assess detection dog teams to obtain and maintain a highly professional level of work.

All reports of the assessments are submitted to the management level of the canine unit.