A US site, but with some very good basic trapping information that is just as applicable here in Australia.
Australian Dept of Environment and Heritage Tips
Anyone trapping wild dogs/dingoes and foxes should be aware of the potential of hydatid infection. It is a very real threat with serious health consequences that can be easily avoided. This NSW Agriculture site is the best I have found on the topic.
The regular (usually weekly) e-newsletter of the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre.
Pest Animal Control CRC. Lots of feral animal research from around Australia available on this site.
Australia's widest range of leading quality chemical capture equipment.
Tony Townsend Wild Dog Control
Professional dog trapper and howler working throughout Queensland. Over 20 years in wild dog control.
Phone: 0409 364 256
These guys are the whole package. Decades of feral experience and tonnes of knowledge.
Pest Animal Management Queensland was established in September 2001 to provide Qld land managers with humane and effective solutions to pest and feral animal problems.
Glen Alchin Mobile: 0411 822 800
Australian Wildlife and Feral Management – Michael Dickinson.
As the name suggests a SE Qld company specialising in wildlife and feral animal control and management.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile: 0413 602 155
General Pest Management
Feral Pest Management (Fox, Dog, Cat)
Bird Control and Removal
Email: email@example.com Phone: 0407157710
Professional Wild Dog Caller and Trapper. Very good trapper that gets results through an in depth understanding of wild dog ecology.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone:0416 081 591
47 page pdf document about the existing and potential use of guardian animals in Australia. Animals such as Alpacas, Llamas, andMaremma dogs.