Trixie Howard RVN DipCABT DipNut
Trixie qualified as a veterinary nurse at the Royal Veterinary College, London in 1996.
Since then she has worked in a variety of small and large animal practices in the UK and Australia.
She completed a Diploma in Nutrition in 1999, and qualified as a veterinary nurse assessor and trainer in 2002, spending several years involved in teaching, training and assessing Veterinary nurses.
Trixie began studying canine and feline behaviour in 2005. In 2009 she completed the COAPE advanced diploma in companion animal behaviour and training (upgraded 2016) and is a member of the CAPBT (the COAPE Association of Pet Behaviourists and Trainers). In 2010 Trixie completed the APDT (the Association of Pet Dog Trainers) foundation course.
Trixie runs her own pet behaviour business, offering Dog and Cat behaviour consultations and training, teaches ‘Puppy Life Skills’ socialisation classes and Adolescent dog classes and runs the behaviour clinics at Coastway Veterinary Group in their 7 practices in the Brighton and Sussex area. For 5 years she also headed up the team of veterinary nurses at Nestle Purina at Gatwick and York assessing dogs for their pets at work ‘Passpawt’ scheme and gives CPD talks to Veterinary staff. Trixie is occasionally involved as an expert witness in dog related court cases, writes articles on various aspects of dog and cat behaviour, works with disabled dog owners to enable them to get the best training results with their pets, and gives talks on various subjects as a visiting lecturer.
She has a huge interest in conservation and wild life having been to Africa as a volunteer with lion conservation and South Africa with the World Veterinary Service
Member of ICAN (International companion animal network)
If you wish to contact Trixie to make an appointment or enquiry please ring 07711 653476 or email email@example.com
Trixie is a special lady who calmed me down and helped with my behavioural problems, let alone the dogs!
She has the grace to truly listen and come up with an action plan when it seemed like a hopeless situation.
I have two chihuahuas and an elderly bigger dog, tensions were high as the male pup reached puberty.
It took a couple of weeks, changing their diet, routine and using all the tips I was given, but with consistency, my home is now a love shack 🏡
During the transition I messaged Trixie a couple of times in despair. This compassionate lady gave me more suggestions, and did not charge anymore money.
Trixie came recommended to me by an experienced vet, but I recommend her from the point of view, that I am usually a very cynical person.
Trixie is truly a magical lady, for dogs and humans alike. I will always be grateful and her modest fee is nothing compared to how happy she made us all 🥰💝😘