Snake bite and your pets

As spring draws to a close we are reminded every day of how vulnerable our pets can be to snake bite.  There are a number of things you can do to reduce the risk of snakes interacting with your pets.1. Keep a neat and tidy yard2. Have your dog trained to avoid snakes and other reptiles3. When off lead make sure you are able to recall your dog even when they in in prey driveIf your dog or cat...

End of year is near!

Wow this year has flown by......with Christmas fast approaching it is important to get your orders in now to ensure we can get them out to you as soon as possible, if you're not sure about what to get someone, we are about to launch our gift certificates, these will be on our website within the next week.Our training courses have been well received and the new online training course has been a scr...

New Training Dates

New Training Dates
We have been asked to set some dates for our Reptile and Venomous Snake Control Course in 2019, so sitting down over the last few days we have worked out some dates for next year.  These dates include the Face to Face full course as well as the single day practical course. We have dates for Moorabbin, Darwin and Townsville, so get in fast and book your place!!