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Conclusion: Animal chiropractic and the veterinary chiropractic courses scrutinized here mix science, pseudoscience and fantasy and make no visible effort to show which is which. They give biased information and refer to more or less irrelevant articles to make the courses look serious and credible. Many of the methods taught lack evidence as well as plausibility and are clearly outside the realm of medical science. We found no evidence for the use of animal chiropractic in veterinary medicine. Ragnvi E. Kjellin, DVM, and Olle Kjellin, MD, PhD, Science Based Medicine (16th March 2012) [NOTE: This article was submitted to a series of veterinary journals, but none of them wanted to publish it.]