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Should you have the right to euthanize your own pet? by Bethany Ramos

Legally, you're allowed to euthanize your pet through a licensed veterinarian in every state. In some states, laws even permit a non-veterinarian putting an animal to sleep, though these euthanasia techs are normally required to undergo training. For the purpose of "emergency" euthanasia, several states allow animal control agents, law enforcement officers and veterinarians to shoot or put down a dangerous, injured or sick dog that is beyond saving.

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How to keep your dog safe at the groomer by Heather Barnett

At the end of May, a 2-year-old golden retriever, Colby, died in the care of a Virginia Petco during a routine grooming after being left under the dryer too long. Sadly, this isn't the first time a pet has died in the care of a groomer. It seems these businesses aren't closely regulated, which means the standard of care can vary greatly. But that doesn't mean you can't take steps to protect your pooch.

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