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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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For too long we have treated this pet overpopulation problem at the back-end, trying to promote more adoptions and building bigger shelters to house and euthanize the surplus," said Judie Mancuso, AB 1634 Co-Sponsor.
The group had to euthanize 1,966 injured, ill, and homeless domestic animals.
lt;span style="mso-spacerun: yes;">&nbsp; </span>After assessing the situation, they realized the whales could not be saved and therefore decided to euthanize these animals.
Officials will decide by Wednesday whether to euthanize a boxer named Calliou or return the animal to its owners.
Instead of relocating it to the woods, we are told they had to euthanize it because they were afraid that if it was shot and consumed by some hunters the tranquilizers in the bear's system could be harmful to whomever ate it.
Three independent veterinarians made the decision to euthanize the animals, Deputy District Attorney S.
Furthermore, Benninger says TNR saves money, noting that it costs cities approximately $250 to pick up, house and euthanize one homeless cat.