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Sources and references
Sources: Clemmons & Chrisman, TCVM Lectures for Chi Institute, Snow & Zidonis, The Well-Connected Dog: A Guide to Canine Acupressure;Tallgrass Publishers, LLC; Wynn & Marsden, Manual of Natural Veterinary Medicine;Mosby, 2003 Xie, Ferguson & Deng, Application of Tui-Na in Veterinary Medicine, 2 nd Ed.; Chi Institute of Chinese Medicine; Xie, Ferguson & Dinatale, Veterinary Food Therapy Course Notes; Chi Institute of Chinese Medicine Xie & Preast, Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, Vol. I:Fundamental Principles; Jing Tang, Zidonis & Snow, Acu-Cat: a Guide to Feline Acupressure; Tallgrass Publishers, LLC;2000.
Additional References Johnson, Switching to Raw;Birchrun Basics, Leggett, Helping Ourselves: A guide to Traditional Chinese Food Energetics; Meridian Press, Pitchford, Healing with Whole Foods, 3 rd ed.; North Atlantic Books, Wynn & Fougere, Veterinary Herbal Medicine; Mosby-Elsevier, 2007.
Additional Resources Cont Carb Count of Canned Food: –http://www.geocities.com/jmpeerson/CanFoodNew.htmlhttp://www.geocities.com/jmpeerson/CanFoodNew.html Transitioning to a canned diet –www.catinfo.org –http://www.catinfo.org/#Transitioning_Dry_Food_Addicts_to_Canned_Food_