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By Anonymous / Saturday 6 February 2016 03:24 / United States
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Probably Forensic Pathology, deals with autopsies and classifying dead people/animals. Kinda like a doctor of the dead.

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Some rubbish departments of councils freeze and catalogue dead animals for a period after they're found so owners can find them and bury them etc

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"Doctor of the dead"? I'd say that is more of a medical examiner, mortician, pathologist etc. But of course I mean in these jobs the workers typically examine humans. I've never heard of this being done to animals, since I really don't see the need too.

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I think op may work at an animal shelter/pound, the kind where strays are taken to. It's not uncommon at my local kill shelter for dogs to be brought in DOA to be identified and then cremated.

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Because when people lose their dogs they usually like to have some closure so they can stop searching and grieve

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I suppose that if it was in a bag someone did it on purpose, so they might think they can track somebody responsible for it. I think.

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I figured it was put in a bag by whoever recovered the dog and sent it to the OP's work place. I wouldn't just send a dead dog covered in maggots without some sort of packaging.

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51 you would be surprised how many people try to get rid of pets by putting them in a bad and dumping them there, it's very sad and painful for the animal but somehow some humans possess the cruelty to do it :(

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Animal services would probably pay nicely though for having to deal with so many animals, maybe not but that's what I'm thinking

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Definitely not. Especially if it's a government animal control facility. Either way, animal rescue workers get paid shit, if at all.

OMG wow I had to do something similar once while volunteering at a vet clinic. Good luck with your job. poor dog :(

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