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Camel Training in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

Posted on November 26, 2014 at 3:35 PM

Do you own or are considering owning a camel(s) in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT)?


Perhaps you are one of the many people who have purchased one or maybe more camels as a method of weed control on your property, for a pet or even a specific project you have in mind.


Perhaps you have bought your camel(s) thinking that you will train them for a reason, ie, to do a trek with them some day, to ride for your own pleasure, to start up a business with camels or even to pull a wagon for the holiday of a lifetime.



You've taken your camels home with you and very quickly realised, they are not like a horse, a dog or any other animal you've ever had before. Their behaviour is beginning to confuse you and you are unsure if what you have done was the right thing to do.


You have started to search around for information and realised that there is very little out there that can help you.

Sounds familiar?



We know your story very well. We hear this all of the time and have been there ourselves many years ago.


So where to next? You have already decided that you want to continue with your plans but also how to train the camel(s) in a humane manner using the best possible techniques available.'ve reached the right place.


We have an exclusive service available that involves an experienced cameleer and camel trainer to come to you.


During the week of intensive training, you will all of the principals of a method of training camels called Trust Based Training. This method is like no other. There are no inhumane acts of violence upon the camel, in fact, Trust Based Training is directly opposite to "old style" methods of training camels. It is called Trust Based Training for a very good reason. The camel will learn to trust you and you will learn to trust your camel.


It's all about developing a healthy and respectful connection between you and your camel, to understand your camel and to grow with your camel as further training develops using the specific principles of Trust Based Training.


The sad part is that there are very few trainers of camels using Trust Based Training, a method originally developed by Australia's foremost cameleer, Phil Gee.


Australian Camels honours this method and has included in the training process, elements of effective connection based upon Internationally recognised techniques of animal communication and behaviour.




Do you want your camel to grow with you?

Do you want yourself and the camel to have a healthy and respectful relationship?

Do you want a process of training camels that will last well beyond the week of intensive one on one training?

Do you want a process that you can build upon for greater achievements for years to come?


Trust Based Training may be just the thing you have been searching for.


Check out out unique service at:


Fill out the contact us form and well get in contact to see if Trust Based Training is right for you.

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