At present, the so-called “animal ethics“ is quite a standard part of bioethics. The moral dimension of humans ́ attitudes to animals became a traditional and at the same time inspiring subject in the field, though such efforts are neither new nor unique in history. Contemporary ethics is not just a theory. It is in many ways closely related to particular forms of human practice. In veterinary ethics, for instance, certain biomedical aspects intertwine with so-called “animal ethical theory”.