Warren Eckstein

warren-ecksteinThe Pet Show
w/ Warren Eckstein
Animal Lovers Best Friend

Level the playing field between pet and owner.

  • Pet behavior, versus medical
  • Solves problem behavior
  • Offers training techniques
  • Warm and friendly approach

Warren Eckstein is an Internationally recognized host. He trained and deployed K9 corps in Vietnam, and is a pet advisor to the stars, including David Letterman, Al Pacino, Rodney Dangerfield and Lily Tomlin. Eckstein is a monthly contributor to NBC’s Weekend Today,  and the Pet and Animal editor of NBC’s Later Today. He has had many appearances on The Tonight Show, Late Night with David Letterman, GoodMorning America, 20/20, Current Affair, Hard Copy, E!, and Lifestyles Of The Rich and Famous, and has been featured in People, Time, USA Today, New York Times, L.A. Times, Money Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal. Eckstein is also the author of 6 books.

Schedule:
Saturday 4:00pm – 6:00pm


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