Judy Morgan DVM, CVA, CVCP, CVFT
Dr. 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 and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 1984. Dr. Morgan is also a certified and accredited veterinary acupuncturist, chiropractitioner, and food therapist.
Based in southern New Jersey, Dr. Morgan currently operates two veterinary hospitals that offer an integrative approach combining holistic medicine with traditional Western techniques. Holistic practices such as chiropractic, acupuncture, food therapy, and herbal therapy, are utilized alongside conventional medicine to provide a full range of veterinary treatment.
The ability to utilize both kinds of therapies offers her clients many more options than using a single method of healing. In many cases, using this approach also allows earlier identification and treatment of impending problems.
Outside of the office Dr. Morgan spends much of her time working with Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and English Toy Spaniel rescue groups by assisting in finding, transporting, and fostering neglected animals. She is Chief Veterinary Medical Officer for Monkey’s House dog hospice and senior sanctuary. She also enjoys public speaking and giving presentations at local and national continuing education venues.
Do you live out of the area but would love to receive holistic advice about your pet’s health and diet? She can help! See Dr. Morgan’s Phone Consultations or visit the forum to get more detailed information about your pet!
Keratoconjunctivitis sicca is the medical term used to describe a condition called "dry eye". When pets suffer from this condition, they are unable to produce enough tears to lubricate and moisten the eye. This is a very painful condition, leaving the pet with the...
Oh no! You've just realized you are completely out of food for your pet's dinner tonight and the stores have already closed. Instead of telling Fluffy there's no meal tonight, you can substitute an easy, healthy meal. Your solution: eggs! Eggs are almost the perfect...
Most veterinarians do not discuss diet with their clients when pets are taken in for their annual examination. When asked, the majority of veterinarians will tell pet owners that most diets made by large pet food companies and labeled as "complete and balanced", will...
- New clients typically run from 30-60 minutes (per dog) depending on the complexity of the issues
- Follow up services (phone calls, emails, messaging) are broken down in 15 minute increments
- Current veterinary records are requested prior to the consultation to save time on the phone
- Please call the office to schedule: 856-678-3883
Customized Pet Diets
Diet is incredibly important in keeping your pet healthy and even treating conditions. Unfortunately diet is commonly overlooked by many dog and cat owners.
I can teach you how to understand pet food, and to determine what food is best for your dog or cat. If you are interested in home cooking for your pets, this allows you to control the quality of the ingredients used, as well as which ingredients, are used to treat different conditions.