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American Kennel Club: "Nutrition and Feeding."
American Veterinary Medical Association: "Raw Pet Foods and the AVMA's Policy (FAQ)."
ASPCA: "Feeding Your Adult Dog," "Flatulence," "Vomiting."
Center for Companion Animal Health, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine: "Itchy Dog or Cat? It Could Be Food Allergy Dermatitis."
Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program, Cornell University: "Why Do Dogs Eat Feces?"
Michigan State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital: "Canine Food Allergies."
Tufts University; Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine: "Frequently Asked Questions about Home-Cooked Diets for Pets," "Frequently Asked Questions about General Pet Nutrition," "Raw Meat Diets."
UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine: "Coprophagy in Dogs."
Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine: "Nutrition for the Adult Dog."
Washington State University: "Vomiting."
William Draper, DVM, Atlanta, GA.
Reviewed by Amy Flowers, DVM on March 30, 2018
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