Nancy Scanlan, DVM, MSFP, CVA
Scientific basis for common holistic treatments (Proceedings)
There are a number of references for various modalities accessible through PubMed as well as summarized in various texts.
Acupuncture for pain control (Proceedings)
Pain control is what acupuncture does best. It is also the easiest problem to treat with acupuncture.
Too much yang or not enough yin: Introduction to the Chinese 8 principles (Proceedings)
Identify problems according to the 8 principles (actually, 4 pairs of principles)
What's wrong with dog food: Mainstream and natural diets (Proceedings)
There is no such thing as the one and only ideal diet. Why?
Acupuncture: The science behind the practice (Proceedings)
Acupuncture is still regarded with skepticism by many veterinarians, or viewed as adjunct therapy rather than a primary therapy.
Fire poodles and metal siamese: Introduction to Chinese 5 element theory (Proceedings)
Why study it? To predict problems by constitutional element, predict progression by same, and control problems via herbs or acupuncture that address the elements.