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The ethics of Euthanasia can be a very tricky and delicate subject. For those who do not know what it is, euthanasia is a procedure in which an animal is put to death "humanely" and comfortably at the hands of a veterinarian. Typically, Euthanasia is performed when the animal is suffering from a massive amount of pain, or if it has a terminal illness and is not expected to survive. However, in some cases, for example, outdoors in severe circumstances, such as at a horse ranch, euthanasia can take place when a horse can no longer perform its specified function at the ranch. In the cases of horses, if one has broken a leg or foot and can no longer perform the work it has been acquired for, the owner will put that horse to death, even though it might have otherwise lived a long life.
The usual reason for this is that the owner cannot afford to continue maintaining the horse, especially if the owner gets nothing out of it, if the horse cannot benefit the owner. The same is true of racing horses because if they can no longer race, the owner sees no reason to maintain the horse's life and the animal becomes a burden. This is why the ethics of Euthanasia are constantly being battled. When is it ever a right decision to "put down" an animal, if that animal could have lived a long life? If it was only put down because it cannot work or race, or, in the cases of dogs and cats, does not have a home, is it the right thing to do to euthanize it? You can find out more information on the issues of euthanasia, and the ethics involved here at Business.com. Click the links on the left to find information on all sides of the issue, and start forming your own opinion on the subject today.