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Are You Feeding Your Dog Wrong for His Personality and Health?

WOODSTOWN, N.J., Feb. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — If your dog is eating a prescription diet recommended by your veterinarian you are most likely paying a lot for a product that is not optimal for your pet. So says Judy Morgan, DVM, who operates two veterinary hospitals in New Jersey that offer an integrative approach to pet care combining holistic medicine with traditional western techniques.

Furthermore, she says that non-prescription dog foods marketed as holistic, natural and human grade often contain waste products from the human food industry or rendered meal from diseased animal carcasses. What is more, feeding dogs these food products may lead to the development of canine heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, kidney disease and other ills.

In her new book, Yin & Yang Nutrition for Dogs: Maximizing Health with Whole Foods, Not Drugs, coauthored with her husband Hue Grant, Morgan explains what dog owners need to know about making their own whole food-based dog foods which, she says, takes less time than you might expect and requires no specialized cooking skills or equipment. As an added bonus, the foods can be customized to reflect a dog’s personality type and specific health issues. For example, dogs with liver problems should eat liver.

According to Chinese medicine there are also five personality types that determine what dogs should eat. She has recipes for each type:

About the authors
Judy Morgan is a nationally renowned author, speaker, and holistic veterinarian certified in acupuncture, food therapy, and chiropractic care for dogs, cats, and horses. She speaks at dog shows, pet expos, and veterinary conferences. She has published four books on holistic pet care and feeding. Her social media sites reach millions of pet owners worldwide. She is chief veterinary medical officer for Monkey’s House Senior Dog Hospice and Sanctuary and works with rescue groups for homeless dogs.

Hue Grant is an award-winning artist and architect, specializing in multi-use, multi-generational habitats for humans and animals. His love of animals has taken him on a journey into the kitchen, where he enjoys being a chef for both people and pets. He can be seen at many pet expos and events in his Naturally Healthy Pets chef coat and hat cooking up delectable meals for pets. 

For more information, contact Judy Morgan, DVM, (609) 202-0999; 189956@email4pr.com; www.Dr.JudyMorgan.com

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