Behavioral Euthanasia and Quality of Life Decisions
When the issue in question is behavioral, such as after injuring a family member, another pet, or a stranger, the decision for euthanasia may not be clear.
Heinrich, A. and Calder, C.D. (2023). Behavioral Euthanasia and Quality of Life Decisions. Cattle Dog Publishing on Veterinary Information Network. Retrieved March 2, 2023, from https://www.vin.com/cattledog/default.aspx?pId=26671&id=11378232&utm_medium=email&_hsmi=247479037&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-_xoSPkhWHxhE4Uk6ckMI9T_WYWLjIhurKa5bJM8g2NDMlIxWwTBLXH5PD1u5dW3o4CurVvfnSMM8m9rRw6wh8u3t2wPQ&utm_content=247479037&utm_source=hs_email
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Topic(s): Behavior, Health, Intervention, Pet Families, Problem Abnormal Behavior, Sick Care, Veterinary Care