euthanize

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euthanize

(yo͞o′thə-nīz′) also

euthanatize

(yo͞o-thăn′ə-tīz′)
tr.v. euthan·ized, euthan·izing, euthan·izes also euthan·atized or euthan·atizing or euthan·atizes
To subject to euthanasia.

euthanize

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Meanwhile, website Horsemart has offered all horse rescues and charities in the UK a free subscription in the hope that more animals can be rehomed rather than euthanised in future.
She added that she does not want to expose the municipality because then they will have to take the dogs to the new regional pound where they will eventually be euthanised.
This is usually the point at which dogs are euthanised when early action would have prevented things going so far.
HEALTH Secretary Jeremy Hunt last night ordered a probe after a doctor claimed two children had secretly been euthanised in Britain.
Giraffes rarely die of old age in captivity, and had Marius not been euthanised, he would have lived out his short life as a living exhibit, stranded in a cold climate, thousands of miles away from his true home.
According to the new law, dogs may be euthanised if they are not claimed or adopted within 14 working days, during which time they are kept in shelters.
A pre-slaughtering screening for all animals also found a number of animals unfit for human consumption, and 227 of them were therefore euthanised.
Sadly she had to be humanely euthanised, which has left her four six-week-old kittens motherless.
If we couldn't help it, the goat would have had to be euthanised.
REGARDING the recent story of the 45-year-old deaf twins in Belgium who were euthanised at their own request after being told they were going blind, our present culture tends to consider suffering the epitome of evil.
THIS is regarding animal rights activist and anti-euthanasia advocate Brigitte Bardots' efforts to save two Asian elephants from being euthanised.
I think all dogs that are either a banned breed or are vicious, should be removed and euthanised, for the safety of people, and also for the safety of us dog owners, who are constantly in fear of our dogs being attacked in our local park.