N.C. county debates altering euthanasia method

08/2/2011 | Winston-Salem Journal (N.C.)

Some are pushing to replace the use of carbon monoxide with lethal injection as a method of euthanasia at animal shelters in Davidson County, N.C., one of 21 counties in the state that use the gas to euthanize animals. AVMA guidelines say lethal injection is preferred, but that carbon monoxide can be an acceptable method as well.

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