K9 Pro Brisbane & Perth Workshops


After much demand from his QLD clients Steve will be back for private consults and a two day workshop in September!

We have extremely limited handler and spectator tickets available for our two day workshop, to be held on September 21 and 22, which will focus on Steve’s famous training in drive program, with a bias towards training dogs for competition obedience and developing a positive relationship between dogs and their handlers. The workshop will be held in Mango Hill.

Steve will also be running a small number of private consults while he is in Brisbane.

Our workshops traditionally sell out within hours, so get in quick to secure your place now!

Purchase workshop tickets here

Click here for private consult bookings

Perth Workshop Update

PLUS an update for our Perth dog lovers, all of our Perth handler spots and private consults have sold out but we have opened up a small number of extra spectator spots for the workshop. Click here for more information and to purchase your ticket now!

About SteveK9Pro

Steve Courtney is a Nationally Accredited Canine Behaviour Specialist, Obedience Trainer, Law Enforcement Dog Trainer and ANKC Breeder. Steve has been training dogs all his life and in these articles he shares with you his experience...

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  1. Hi have paid for the Brisbane workshop could I please have details of address in Mango Hill, time and what I need to bring? looking forward to it regards Josie

  2. I am still waiting to find out about a workshop and private consultation in Victoria with my Anatolian Sheepdog bitch, now three years old. I have done basic obedience with her as I used to train and instruct normal obedience, but your method is outside the box and makes every other training an insult to the dogs’ intelligence. Definitely for Juno, as she looks at me sometimes and literally says: Have you lost your senses? She is one step ahead of me every time, and I need to be in control as she weighs in at 50 kgs and I cannot take her for walks any more although she is socialised, as she is far too strong for me. New socialisation and heeling methods need to be utilised

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