Is using euthanasia to put a sick and dying fish or other aquarium animal out of its misery a humane practice or not? What is considered to be the least painful way to do this? What should you do with a deceased fish? How do you cope with emotions when a loved wet pet dies? This and other questions are discussed here to help when dealing with these personal choice decisions.
So what do you do with fish that have died? Your About Guides to Saltwater Aquariums discuss this and provide options for disposing of them, both in abrupt as well as in more caring and creative ways.
Is putting a sick and dying fish out of its misery a humane or inhumane thing to do? Your About Guides address this sensitive issue and provide information that may help you decide if fish euthanasia is something you should consider or not.
From your About Guide to Freshwater Aquariums, Shirlie Sharpe discusses how and why flushing a live fish you just may not want anymore or one that is diseased and dying down the toilet should never be an option! She also includes a list of other options for ridding yourself of a healthy fish.
Participate in and/or view the results of this poll created by your About Guides to Saltwater Aquariums that asks, "Have you used or do you practice fish euthanasia to put a sick, dying and suffering fish out of its misery?"