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My pet died, can I find out why?

In this sad situation you may feel you would like to know exactly why your pet has died, especially if it was unexpected. Take the body to your vet as soon as possible, they may be able to tell you straight away. For example in the case of a road traffic accident it may be quite easy for the vet to tell. You may be offered a post-mortem and various tests can always be done, with samples or the whole body being sent away to the laboratory but this can become quite expensive and it is not always possible to find a conclusive answer.

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