In summary, your veterinarian will help you make the decision about autopsy, do the autopsy in most cases, or provide relevant background to the pathologist, communicate with the insurance company, and assist you in removing the body. Sometimes if you think ahead a bit about these issues, you can spend more time and energy comforting yourself and others about your loss.
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