Tracey has a Certificate IV in Companion Animal Services from the Delta Institute and has spent many years working in animal training and animal welfare. Tracey’s mission is to enrich the human-animal bond through the application of scientifically based techniques of training, management, and behaviour modification.
In 2013, Tracey met Dr Kate and so began the creation of Perth’s first and only specialised behavioural veterinary centre, with a focus on prevention and treatment of behavioural problems.
Over the years, Tracey has also been guardian to many dogs, cats, chickens, rabbits and ducks, many of which have come into Tracey’s care due to their behavioural problems. Through working with these animals Tracey has developed a deep understanding of the daily struggles owners face when living with and training animals with behavioural disease.
As Kalmpets Senior Animal behaviour Technician and Head Trainer, Tracey works with animals and their owners to address a wide range of behavioural issues and focuses on creating a harmonious relationship between animal and owner.
When she isn’t helping the people of Perth with their animals, Tracey enjoys competing in agility recently gaining high accolades for her team performance at the National agility championships.