Four Paws, Five Directions:  A Guide to Chinese Medicine for Cats and Dogs by Cheryl Schwartz, DVM (Celestial Arts Publishing;  Berkeley, CA; 1996).

This book has an excellent description of the fundamental principles of Chinese Medicine as well as a description of acupressure point locations and some energetics of foods.

The Web That Has No Weaver by Ted J. Kaptchuk, O.M.D. (Contemporary Books;  New York, NY;  2000).

A more detailed discussion of Chinese Medicine in general (not specific to veterinary medicine)

Between Heaven and Earth by Harriet Beinfeld, L.Ac. and Efrem Korngold, L.Ac, O.M.D. (Random House, New York, NY, 1992).

A great discussion of general principles of Chinese Medicine with an emphasis on the Five Elements and their personalities.

Healing With Whole Foods:  Asian Traditions and Modern Nutrition by Paul Pitchford (North Atlantic Books;  Berkeley, CA;  1993, 1996, 2002).

An excellent discussion of basic principles of Chinese medicine and a thorough description of Food Therapy and the energetics of foods we eat (although this book is designed for human use, much of the information can be extrapolated to our pets).

The Goldstein’s Wellness and Longevity Program:  Natural Care for Dogs and Cats by Robert S. Goldstein, VMD, and Susan J. Goldstein (TFH Publications, Inc.;  Neptune City, NJ;  2005).

A wonderful reference for healthy diets.  Discusses various medical conditions and the many options for treating with different modalities, natural substances and foods.  This book contains recipes for a variety of issues.

Dr. Pitcairn’s Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs & Cats by Richard H. Pitcairn, DVM, PhD, and Susan Hubble Pitcairn (Rodale, Inc.;  USA;  2005).

A terrific general guide to natural healing and treatment for various medical conditions.  Also has great recipes and dietary guidelines.

The Nature of Animal Healing by Martin Goldstein, DVM (Random House;  New York, NY;  1999).  

Discusses various medical conditions and treating with diet and holistic therapies.