Available Dogs, Training Times and Prices:
Your K9 is personally selected by Martin Dominick and this dog will be the dog exclusively for you and your needs and it makes no difference if it is one dog for a single operation or a complete dog squad set-up with ten canines.
The minimum training time that is required for each dog is generally 3 months depending on personal training requirements for the type of detection dog required. Prices are on application with a 50% deposit required on placement of your order and balance on completion. If more than one dog is required, or you require a team and handler training please contact us directly for a quote. For more information or to place an order email or call us on + 61 7 411 530 861
Detection Dog Training
Detection Dogs for sale
Detection Dog Trainer
Specialist Detection Dogs for Sale
Detection Dog Training:
All of our detection dog training is carried out in house by experienced trainers and the dogs are exposed to venues relevant to the particular type of detection dog training. We can imprint the dogs here and then train them along with the handlers or alternatively send a fully trained canines to be paired with handlers.
How we choose your dog or dogs:
- Your dog must pass several critical tests to ascertain if it is suitable for detection training. Each dog is assessed individually regardless of breed, sex and age, but is assessed by our head trainer.
- Each Dog is also medically assessed before its training starts and must fit and healthy.
- You are required to spend time with us at handover stage to ensure you understand how a detection dog is used in its required job. For larger dog and handler teams is it usually more cost effective if we have a trainer travel to you.
All freight for the delivery of the dog, vet and miscellaneous costs are the responsibility of the client. We do organize all of this and dogs leave our care with all the required vaccinations and import permits.
Suitable Breeds for Detection Dog Training:
We assess your dog on its ability to do this type of work not its breed, although some breeds such as Labradors, Kelpies, Belgian Malinois, Beagles or German Shepherds are much more suited when it comes to detection work. There are a lot of Cross Bred dogs that also make the best Detection Dogs and have great work ethics. If you have a preference of breed please discuss this with our trainer before any training begins.
Contact us for further information about our consultancy services firstname.lastname@example.org or call our head trainer direct on +61 411530861