Dr Katrina Warren is one of Australia’s most recognised veterinarians and pet experts with a media career spanning over 20 years.
An established and trusted expert, her beginnings on Totally Wild, followed by her long standing role as co-host of the Seven Network’s hit television show Harry’s Practice from 1997 to 2003 ensured she became a household name. With her constant companion, Toby the Wonderdog by her side, she also became known for promoting responsible pet ownership and animal welfare.
Dr Katrina has been the host of Talk to the Animals, regular vet on The Today Show as well as appearing regularly on The Morning Show and Studio 10. She has featured in dozens of network productions including Makeover Street, Funniest Home Videos, Saturday Disney and Woman’s Weekly Specials. In the USA, she hosted Beverly Hills Vet and 3 series of Housecat Housecall for Animal Planet. Further in the media, Katrina has co-hosted 2GB’s weekly radio show Talking Pets, is a monthly columnist for PETS Magazine and has written 4 books.
Dr Katrina is also a sought after and accomplished MC, having hosted numerous events including Carols in the Domain, Dog Lovers show, pet expos, Border Collie Fun Day and more. Dr Katrina works around the country with the talented Wonderdogs, a team of impeccably trained border collies that do tricks and training demonstrations at family events, product launches and corporate gigs. Recently, she created an interactive, online dog training program Wonderdog School that is set to revolutionise dog training by making it convenient, affordable, accessible and fun, giving all owners the opportunity to confidently train and manage their dog.
Dr Katrina has worked with a variety of brands in the pet space such as PAW by Blackmores, Royal Canin, Electrolux and more to strengthen their message to consumers. In the charity space she is an Ambassador for Assistance Dogs Australia, Animal Welfare League NSW, Animals Asia Foundation, National Breast Cancer Foundation and Lifeline Australia.
Dr Katrina shares her home with her daughter, Charlotte, a Maine Coon cat named Mr Fox and an adopted Golden Retriever named Riley.