Modifying a pet has ethical implications

11/20/2011 | KING-TV (Seattle)

Physically altering pets for cosmetic purposes is a controversial topic but not a new one. However, veterinarian Cary Waterhouse writes that most veterinarians won't perform debarking or ear-cropping, a procedure not condoned by the AVMA. Waterhouse also questions the ethics of a new trend among some owners: having pets tattooed with decorative designs, which requires anesthesia.

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