Americans spend $41 billion a year on their pets—more than the gross domestic product of all but 64 countries in the world. The pet economy refers to how pet owners are becoming demanding consumers who won't put up with substandard products, unstimulating environments, or shoddy service for their animals. But the escalating volume and cost of services, especially in the realm of animal medicine, raises ethical issues about how far all this loving should go.
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