An unfrozen body is very much into decay at 2 weeks. I doubt that a vet would be able to determine much, and it would not be cheap to do. Blessings - Blu
What if i am willing to pay the money, could a toxicology test yield results? The diferrence could be having eaten an expired can of dog food, or being poisoned with something unknown. The animal was found "sleeping" and everything showed that it died rather quietly, though it did defecate itself.
Vet told me that i cannot procure info from a toxicologal test since so many days have passed, and that these things should be done in the first day or days.
Can anyone else confirm this?
I worked for a vet for 8 years. This sounds right to me. I never saw the doctors, in all those years, necropsy a dead animal that was more than a day or so after the animal passing. - Blu