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Euthanasia - saying goodbye

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Euthanasia - saying goodbye

This is a very sensitive subject, but it is important for you to be aware of the reasons for euthanasia, the options available and the possible arrangements for disposal of the body. Learning about euthanasia now will enable you, should it become necessary, to say goodbye to your horse in a dignified and peaceful way.

Understanding the process of euthanasia and what it involves is very important when it comes to saying that final goodbye

What is euthanasia?

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When is euthanasia necessary?

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How is euthanasia performed?

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Should I be there at the end?

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Who decides that the time is right for euthanasia?

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What happens to the body?

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