Vet discusses difficult topic of horse euthanasia

03/25/2010 | FarmForum.net

With a growing incidence of horse neglect in the U.S., driven in part by the recession, many equine owners and rescue groups are considering resorting to euthanasia. The three acceptable methods in equine euthanasia involve the use of penetrating captive bolts, chemicals and gunshots. Additional information on euthanasia standards can be found on AVMA's Web site, according to this article.

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