Tonya Wilhelm, Pet Trainer and Blogger

06-11-17  Tonya Wilhelm, Pet Trainer and Blogger,

Join Dr. Judy Morgan as she interviews Tonya Wilhelm, pet trainer and blogger, discussing training your pet to be fearless during storms and fireworks. Tonya has been a professional in the pet community since 1998 and in the blogging world for over ten years. She has been a positive dog training specialist for two decades. Tonya has written a number of books and freelances for several dog-themed blogs and magazines. She travels the US presenting dog and cat behavior workshops at pet expos and events. Her main objective is to help others lead a fun and healthy lifestyle with their pets.

Dr. Cathy Alinovi, of Healthy PAWsibilities

06-05-17  Dr. Cathy Alinovi, of Healthy PAWsibilities

Join Dr. Morgan this week for interview with Dr. Cathy Alinovi, of Healthy PAWsibilities. Dr. Cathy Alinovi is a retired holistic veterinarian, author, media personality, and pet expert. Oh, and pet lover. She totally loves pets. Dr. Cathy began her veterinary education at the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine and also holds a Master of Science in Epidemiology from Purdue, but quickly realized that conventional medicine met some, but not enough, of her patients’ needs. This spurred her pursuit of holistic veterinary medicine for better animal health.

She is the author of the Healthy PAWsibilities series for young cats, young dogs, older cats, and older dogs. She is co-author with Susan Thixton of Dinner PAWsible, a cookbook for cats and dogs.

Author, Blogger and Pet Food Advocate, Susan Thixton

05-29-17 Author, Blogger and Pet Food Advocate, Susan Thixton

Dr. Judy Morgan’s first Live interview will be with author, blogger and pet food advocate, Susan Thixton.  Susan  has a passion for animals that started as a child and continued as she became a skilled trainer using “kind and respectful methods”,  These methods were fundamental in her boarding kennel, the very first all indoor / “all suite” pet boarding facility in the U.S.  Susan’s life changed after Sam, her beloved Rottweiler, was diagnosed with and later passed away from bone cancer.  After learning the probable cause was from chemical preservatives in Sam’s food, manufactured by a “trusted company”, Susan began studying pet foods, pet food ingredients, and the regulations that govern them.  In addition to her blog, TruthaboutPetFood.com, she authored Buyer Beware and co-authored Dinner Pawsible. Today, Susan holds positions on two AAFCO (Association of American Feed Control Officials – those that develop pet food regulations) committees – the Pet Food Committee and the Ingredient Definitions Committee.  Susan is the ‘Caped Crusader for Safe Pet Food’ and you won’t want to miss what she has to share in our first Live episode.

Owners Michael McVay and David Brock of Allprovide Premium Pet Food

05-28-17   Owners Michael McVay and David Brock of Allprovide Premium Pet Food

Join Dr. Morgan this week when she interviews Michael McVay and David Brock, founders and owners of Allprovide premium pet food. Michael McVay started out as a Grand Master Chef, preparing gourmet meals for discerning human diners. But his love for a dog that became ill spurred him to start designing diets to help her heal. He and David Brock, a lawyer in a former life, were so pleased with the results and restored health of their dear Maggie, they determined they were meant to help pets everywhere. They took their love of animals and started Allprovide pet food almost eight years ago, providing high quality nutrition for other beloved pets.