Dr. Judy Morgan is a nationally renowned veterinarian certified in acupuncture, food therapy, and chiropractic care for dogs, cats, and horses. A sought-after speaker and blogger at both the local and national level, she integrates Eastern and Western medicine in her two award-winning practices in New Jersey.
Morgan grew up in Pitman and Woodstown, NJ, where she graduated high school as valedictorian in 1977. In 1980 she graduated from Rutgers with a Bachelor of Science in 1980, received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Illinois in 1982, and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 1984. She has received her certification for Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation, a form of Veterinary Chiropractic, and has earned her certifications for Acupuncture and Food Therapy from the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Southern New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association, American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture, International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, Botanical Veterinary Medical Association, and American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Morgan enjoys public speaking and giving presentations at local and national continuing education venues.
In her spare time, Dr. Morgan can be found riding horses or walking on the beach with Hue Grant. Together they are very active in Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and English Toy Spaniel rescue, transporting, fostering and providing tender loving care to abandoned, neglected, and abused animals.
From Needles to Natural: Learning Holistic Pet Healing From Needles to Natural covers a variety of topics including pet nutrition and food therapy, pet food labels, veterinary chiropractic care, acupuncture, and understanding the array of vaccines and medications.
What's For Dinner, Dexter? Home cooking for your dog can be fun and easy. By using Chinese Medicine theory, you can keep your pet healthy using fresh, wholesome food ingredients. Learn how in What's For Dinner, Dexter?
Her speaking engagement topics
•"Food is the Foundation of Life: Understanding Dog Food" - Learn what the ingredients listed on the pet food really contain and how to choose the best food for your pet. Learn the pros and cons of different food formulations, including dry, canned, raw, and home cooked. Learn simple recipes you can use at home.
•Pet Cooking Demos-The pet-owner bond is strengthened when owners feel they are contributing to their pet’s well-being and good health on one of the most intimate levels of human bonding: food. Home cooking for your dog can be fun and easy. By using Chinese Medicine theory, you can keep your pet healthy using fresh, wholesome food ingredients. Learn to use food as medicine by following the simple guidelines.
•"It Only Hurts When I Move: Treatment Options for Arthritis" - Different therapies for arthritis may include medication, physical therapy, supplements, and food. Learn how to minimize harmful medications in this lecture.
•"Fight the Itch: Treating Common Skin Conditions" - Learn the most common causes of itching, allergies, and infections. Discover how to diagnose the underlying cause and treatment options available without resorting to steroids.
•"Cats Are Not Small Dogs: Feeding Cats Appropriately” – Cats are carnivores and need to eat like carnivores. Current diets being fed to cats are the cause of obesity, diabetes, arthritis, and inflammatory bowel disease. Learn what your cat should eat for a long life.
•"Vaccinations: What You Need to Know” – For years veterinarians have been recommending vaccinations every year and the list of vaccines available gets longer every year. Learn which vaccinations your pet really needs and how you can avoid over-vaccination.
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