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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Organised by Anna Georghallides and partner Christian Stoian for the second year, the 'Remember Me Thursday' campaign aims to encourage individuals to light a candle on Thursday and to adopt a pet, helping to reduce the millions of orphan pets euthanised each year.
He then applied to the Levenseindekliniek (end of life clinic) and their staff signed all the papers and euthanised him.
However, where female koalas in poor health are euthanised for human reasons, we will endeavour to re-home orphaned dependent back young with suitably qualified wildlife parks or zoos.
The eight-year-old was pulled up by Brian Harding after the third in a novice handicap chase and a BHA disciplinary panel noted he "suffered a fracture to the right foreleg, and in this emergency situation was euthanised by the senior veterinary officer".
Northumberland County Council euthanised 13 horses which were found grazing unauthorised on sites in Ashington, Seghill, Cresswell, Lynemouth, Newbiggin and Prudhoe.
That's our estimate for all animals management euthanised in the zoo, be it tadpoles up until a giraffe," she said.
This is usually the point at which dogs are euthanised when early action would have prevented things going so far.
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.