Recent Examples of euthanize from the Web
The company says veterinarians made the difficult decision to euthanize her after her health started to decline in recent days despite treatment.
Senate leaders (reportedly) just want to euthanize Obamacare repeal and move on to cutting taxes on the wealthy and corporations.
Illinois law requires wildlife controllers to euthanize skunks but under the law, the public is prohibited from doing so.
His appetite and activity began to rapidly decrease and the decision was made to euthanize the big cat.
Dr. Samantha Sander, an associate veterinarian at the zoo, says his condition took a sharp turn downward overnight, prompting a decision to euthanize the calf.
When both ears are tagged, Parks and Wildlife officials euthanize them.
The owners of the dog involved in that attack made their own decision to euthanize the animal.
Carfentanil, an opioid analog, is much more power than fentanyl and is used in veterinary practice to euthanize large animals.
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Origin and Etymology of euthanize
First Known Use: 1873See Words from the same year
medical Definition of euthanize
- the dog was euthanized at the owner's request
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