Our expert says:
Sorry to hear of your predicament.
At our clinic I usually detect cryptorchidism at consultation and/or at a pre anaesthetic check prior to the castration. It is our practice protocol that we always get the consent (verbal and/or written) of the owner before I undertake any additional surgical procedure to avoid situations such as yours.
My best advice is to discuss the matter with the South African Veterinary Council – www.savc.co.za. The Veterinary Council is a regulatory body that will advise you further as to how to proceed with this matter.
Again I am sorry to here of your loss.
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