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Chiropractic Journal of Australia : December 2011
138 Chiropractic Journal of Australia Volume 41 Number 4 December 2011 the preparation of this paper. By circularising requests for information via his email news bulletins, we were able to gather a number of anecdotal reports. His co-operation is sincerely appreciated. We would also like to thank Dr Rolf Peters for his guidance and in obtaining valuable reference material for this paper. We would also like to thank and acknowledge those colleagues who willingly contributed their personal experiences of adjusting animals towards compiling this paper. Their generous participation and input was and is, most appreciated. REFERENCES 1. Ramey D, Keating J, Imrie R, Bowles D. Claims for veterinary chiropractic unjustifed. [Letter] Can Vet J. 2000;41;69. 2. Gibbons RW. D.D. the vet? Chiropractic Hist 1991;11(1):7. 3. Godzway AT. "That old medical fool!" said the Old Master with great distain! Chiropr J (NCA) 1934;3(4):5,30. 4. Taylor LL, Romano L. Veterinary chiropractic. 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