Brought to you by Judy Morgan, DVM, CVA, CVCP, CVFT’s company, Naturally Healthy Pets
Judy Morgan, DVM, CVA, CVCP, CVFT announces the release of her new pet supplement: Dr. Judy’s PEA.1 Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) is an endocannabinoid-like lipid mediator with extensively documented anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antimicrobial, immunomodulatory and neuroprotective effects. PEA is generally well tolerated and has no known adverse effects in animals and humans. PEA can provide therapeutic benefits in many applications, including immunity, brain health, allergy, pain modulation, joint health, sleep, and recovery.2
Dr. Judy’s PEA is brought to the veterinary market through Morgan’s company Naturally Healthy Pets. Morgan hopes her supplement can be used instead of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, which often come with several serious adverse effects for patients.
Morgan stated in a company release, “I discovered a safe alternative that has been flying under medical radar because the original research publications were in Italian. Once I discovered PEA, I never looked back. For my Spaniels, they need this supplement in order to be able to remain off pain medication.”1
Morgan grew up in Pitman and Woodstown, New Jersey 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. Morgan is also a certified and accredited veterinary acupuncturist, chiropractitioner, and food therapist. After 36 years, Dr. Morgan retired from clinical practice in 2020. Now, she focuses on speaking, creating educational content, online consultations for clients, and her webstore.3
A client of Morgan’s stated that their cat that had a leg amputation and was experiencing severe phantom limb pain, resulting in chronic over-grooming and chewing on the stump until it was given PEA, which finally controlled the neuropathic pain. Another cat has chronic dental pain (genetic dental issues) and won't eat unless given PEA.
"We wanted a pure ultra-micronized product with no fillers or flow agents. Many companies use rice powder as a flow agent, but pets with grain allergies can't take that,” Morgan said.1