Know as the “Ark Lady,” Diana L Guerrero’s first word was “fish” and the rest is history. Perhaps you’ve seen this animal expert in the media in spots on such shows as The Today Show, or perhaps you’ve heard her on NPR, or quoted in the print media.

If you have missed any of her appearances, listen to animal expert Diana L Guerrero on National Public Radio at WVXU now or visit the WVXU NPR archive.

This innovative pet pioneer’s certifications and practical experiences are diverse and include training in both the United States and the United Kingdom. Guerrero is a graduate of the acclaimed EATM, known today as the “Harvard of Animal Trainers.”

As an industry veteran of 30 years, her animal sense and pet industry savvy is unparalleled. This animal training expert has been associated with a variety of top name zoos, animal shelters, pet rescue groups, and many other animal industry facilities and businesses. She has appeared on stage in a variety of settings and is a popular speaker on animal related topics.

Guerrero’s works and quotes have appeared in zoological journals, pet industry and veterinary industry publications, and various magazines throughout the world.

Her pet care tips, zoo animal insights, and advice on responsible pet parenting, pet training, and animal management provide valuable insights to both animal professionals and pet owners…especially when they need to know about how to ensure a peaceable animal kingdom and happy, healthy animals.

Her pet columns and animal articles are found in widely read publications. Aware of the latest pet trends and animal news, she is the author of several books including Blessing of the Animals: A Guide to Prayers & Ceremonies Celebrating Pets & Other Creatures (2007), What Animals Can Teach Us about Spirituality: Inspiring Lessons of Wild & Tame Creatures (2003), and the award winning Resources for Crisis Management for Animal Care Facilities (1999)…and more.

Guerrero currently resides in the mountains of southern California (Pacific Standard Time) and is represented by the New York Literary Agency, Bykofsky & Associates.