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Noel Fitzpatrick has a charity called the Humanimal Trust pushing for vets and surgeons to work more closely. His argument is that 100s of dogs were experimented on to perfect human transplants so why shouldn't they have them? https:/
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for me the dividing line is that the animal has no part in the decision making and no idea that the pain and restricted life will end and is (hopefully) going to improve the animal's life....also a shorter life span so any time spent in pain or in restriction is a bigger percentage of it. I have been through it with a dog I had who got cateracts. She was one of those few who had trouble coping with going blind and it was either bilateral operations or PTS. One eye was fine, in the other eye the stitches burst twice (nobody's fault). it was a nighmarish time