Necropsy: Searching for Answers

Whether your horse is a valued friend or a valued asset, the loss can be tough when he dies. But when your veterinarian presses you to get your horse necropsied, the thought of your horse's body being laid out, examined, cut up, and probed seems almost like a violation, prolonging the pain. What's the point?

There are several circumstances for which necropsy (animal autopsy) is

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