Too many pets kept alive when it’s not the kindest option, say vets

Too many pets kept alive when it’s not the kindest option, say vets

Owners spending thousands on surgery, chemotherapy and other treatments when euthanasia may be more humane. From open-heart surgery on a snake to putting your dog through chemotherapy, there have never been so many options to treat unwell pets. But vets are warning that too many owners are spending huge amounts of money on keeping their pets alive, even when it’s not always the most humane option.

Go to full article: https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2022/jan/28/too-many-pets-kept-alive-when-its-not-the-kindest-option-say-vets

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