New attitudes bring brighter futures for disabled pets

10/18/2010 | ABC News

Advances in veterinary medicine and changes in the mindset of pet owners have led to longer lives for more disabled dogs and cats, ABC News reports. Today, animals with spinal problems, deafness and other disabilities that might have led to euthanasia in the past are being adopted and kept alive in greater numbers.

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