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University of California, Riverside euthanasia guidelines, summarized in the Office of the Campus Veterinarian follow those established by the American Veterinary Medical Association Panel on Euthanasia.
Euthanasia techniques must be reviewed and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) during review and approval of the Animal Use Protocol Form.
The surfaces on which the surgery is going to take place must be non porous, sealed, durable and sanitizable.
During surgery the area should be clean and free from clutter and access limited to people performing the procedure.
This means that the site will not run as smoothly/quickly as possible and could result in certain functionality not working as designed. The molars never grow but the incisors continuously grow, sometimes causing problems for your rat.The incisors of a rat are naturally colored yellow and are harder than a human's teeth. When it comes to euthanasia, it’s ALL about the owner and the pet. They are able to focus on saying goodbye rather than wincing and being upset when their pet objects to handling. Not one of these objections has anything to do with the owner or the pet!
A dedicated surgical facility is not required for rodents.