knotTibetan Terrier Health Resources

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“Complete and Balanced.” 2014. FDA. 
Foods to Avoid Feeding. ASPCA  
Helping Pets Live Healthier, Thinner Lives: AAHA Nutritional Assessment Guidelines. FDA Center for Veterinary Medicine. By Carmela Stamper, DVM. 
Nutrition in Disease Management in Small Animals. The Merck Veterinary Manual. 2013. By Sherry Lyn Sanderson, BS, DVM, PhD, DACVM, DACVN. 
Pet Obesity Prevention 
The Business of Pet Food. AAFFCO Assoc. of American Feed Control Officials. 
Recalls and Withdrawals.

Home Cooking: The Alternative to Pet Foods. By Paula Terifaj, DVM.
Homemade Diets. Ohio State University.
Home-Prepared Dog Food: How To Make A Balanced Diet. The Whole Dog Journal.

Balance IT.
Crash Course on Calcium. Dog By Mary Straus. 2/2010.
Diets & Supplements for Various Health Problems by Mary Strauss

Dr. Pitcairn’s Complete Guide to Natural Health For Dogs and Cats.


Veterinary Comment Response To Raw Diet Question by Daniel Joffe DVM
An Ethicist's Comment on Raw Diet by Bernard Rollin, PhD
In Support of Bones and Raw Food Diets by Dr. Lea Stogdale DVM Diplomate ACVIM & Dr. Garcea Diehl DVM

Supplements. See Home Cooked Diets: Supplements.