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Just because you can doesn't mean you should... Print E-mail
Tuesday, 12 April 2016 09:15

Veterinary science is now so advanced that almost anything is treatable.  As TV vet Noel Fitzpatrick says, "The bottom line now is that anything is possible if you have a blood and nerve supply."  Injuries and illnesses that would have involved euthanasia in the past are now able to be treated.  This raises a moral and ethical dilemma for vets (as well as the owner): does the future quality of life justify the trauma of painful surgery and long recovery time?

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