Further information
Further information on meat-based and vegetarian cat and dogs diets, including recipes, nutritional supplements and suppliers, is available in the following books and articles, and via the websites of vegetarian pet food suppliers.




Gillen J. Obligate Carnivore. 2nd Edn. Seattle, WA: Stein Hoist Books. 2003.
Available via www.vegancats.com.


Halpin K., Sullivan J., Bradfield R., & Liu, Q. May-Jun. By-products usage: results from a survey of major petfood manufacturers. Petfood Industry. 1999: 37-40.
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A revealing examination of the nature and role of byproducts in pet food.


International Vegetarian Union fact sheet.


Martin AN. Food Pets Die For: Shocking Facts About Pet Food. 3rd Edn. Troutdale, OR: New Sage Press. 2003.
Excerpt.


May A. Vegetarian diets can be healthy for dogs. [Article].
By veterinarian Dr Armaiti May.


O’Heare J. Vegan Dogs free e-book and companion webpage.


Peden J. Vegetarian Cats & Dogs. 3rd Edn. Troy, MT: Harbingers of a New Age. 1999.
Available via www.vegepet.com.


Perry T. What's really for dinner? The truth about commercial pet food. The Animals' Agenda. 1996; Nov.-Dec.


PETA. Vegetarian cats and dogs.


Vegan Cat Institute. Cat food literature.