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    Another solution, I can up with it having the government enforce registration of all dogs and cat. The cats and dogs that fail to be registered are subject to humane euthanasia to control overpopulation and reduce the epidemics that effect the general public. We would hope that people was registered their pets that they would not be humanely euthanasia. Only own pets will be spared from humane euthanasia, pets can be registered with use of modern technology such as microchips. Microchips are small electronic devices that can be implanted under the subcutaneous tissue of pets. Microchip implantation is fairly painless procedure, no more than needle stick with no need for anesthesia, sedation or pain medication. This electronic devices provides…

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    Animal euthanasia is not a hot topic in Hong Kong but in fact it is an issue that we need to care about. In Hong Kong, pet is known as the “asset” of the owner, so pet euthanasia is legal in law. Although the action is legalized, there are two different voices in the society. Pet lovers believed that the pets have their own feeling and should not deprive their lives and it is not ethical. While some pet owners claimed that it is a method to release the pets’ pain and it can reduce the financial…

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    What is the point of animal euthanasia? “Euthanasia literally means “good death” and true euthanasia, delivered by an intravenous injection, is painless, quick, and dignified in some cases. There are two main reasons for the use of euthanasia” (“Euthanasia”). One is due to the high number of unwanted companion animals and the lack of suitable homes. Sometimes the most humane thing that a shelter worker can do is give an animal a peaceful release from the world. The second is for a veterinarian…

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    Like religion and politics, the world of animal rights has its extremes: those that are charged with the care of animals and treat them horribly, and those that claim to value all furry lives, but really only accept the cutest, healthiest animals. Recently there is a new heated debate in the animal rights world: if high kill shelters should be allowed to use animal euthanasia to control animal overpopulation. In the past eight years, animal euthanasia has changed from being used only to assist…

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    nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way that its animals are treated” and roughly 2.4 million healthful, adoptable cats and dogs—about one every 13 seconds—are euthanized in U.S. shelters every year. This means that of the 8 million animals handled by United States shelters, 30% of the animals’ lives are wasted. Many of these euthanasias are due to a lack of space within a shelter. Euthanasia is the practice of intentionally ending the life of an animal, via drugs given by a…

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    Euthanasia Although health is a broad topic, there are many individual conflictual topics that can be found when digging into the health spectrum. One specific topic is euthanasia. More specifically, the right to die. Euthanasia, as stated in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, is the act or practice of killing or permitting the death of hopelessly sick or injured individuals in a relatively painless way for reasons of mercy. There are many different reasons why some people are for and some people…

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    Why Euthanasia Is Wrong

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    Euthanasia, the act or practice of killing or permitting the death of hopelessly sick or injured individuals (as persons or domestic animals) in a relatively painless way for reasons of mercy(Miriam-Webster). Euthanasia has been an international debate for years. Many people resent this topic because of religious factors as well as moral obligations. Others are for the idea of euthanasia because of terminal illness, the reduction of suffering and simply it’s an individual liberties. Euthanasia…

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    consider the quality of a person’s life and therefore allow them to choose euthanasia as a way to die as the person…

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    hard to grasp for many individuals in society. Death is thought to be painful and slow, but the use of euthanasia in terminally ill patients can make death not so scary and with no pain. Euthanasia is a lethal injection that is considered to be assisted suicide with the help of a doctor. It allows a patient who is terminally ill to die with no pain, in a peaceful and quick manner. The use of euthanasia is limited to those who are terminally ill or hopeless patients experiencing extreme,…

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    In our society, it is considered inhumane to force an animal to suffer through a merciless, drawn-out, painful death. To allow any animal, let alone a beloved pet, to endure agony for any length of time, never mind for years and years, is sadistic and cruel. We can all agree that allowing an animal a peaceful and painless death instead of forcing them to experience agony and pain for every second of the rest of their lives is the right thing to do, and as we have the power to give them mercy, we…

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