Alix Mitchell

Alix Mitchell HeadshotAlix Mitchell has worked in the veterinary industry for 3+ years, but she has been able to combine her love of writing and passion for animals on her blog, Fetch for Me, Human. She enjoys learning and blogging about canine behavior and positive reinforcement training, as well as enhancing the human-animal bond and better nutrition for pets.

Alix lives in West Virginia with her husband and two dogs. She is a self-proclaimed nerd and constantly self-educating by reading and researching on pet related topics. She has attended various training seminars, including a Reactive Rover workshop given by Pat Miller. She also participates in Nosework and trick training with her own dog, Buster.

As an advocate for improving animal welfare standards, she enthusiastically supports shelters and rescue adoptions. She knew from a young age that she wanted to be involved with animals to make a difference in their lives and to be the voice that they don’t have.

When she’s not at work or working on her blog, you can often find her at home reading, at a farmer’s market, or out in nature going on a walk with her husband and dogs. Outside of animalrelated things, Alix is interested in photography and has a small obsession with nail polish, coffee, and I Love Lucy.

You can learn more about Alix and her dogs by visiting them at FetchforMeHuman.com.

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