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Urination, Urine, and Urinalysis of Horses

  by Robert N. Oglesby DVM

Introduction

Introduction » Sandy or Cloudy Urine » Red or Dark Urine » Milky Urine » Thick Urine » Straining » Urinates in Sheath » Urinalysis » More Info 

Horses have an incredible variety of urinary habits and varying appearance to the urine. This article, through recounting past forum posts and frequently asked questions covers the normal and abnormal of equine urination. Normals, abnormals, and interpretation of equine urinalysis are presented and links to scientific summaries on horse urine and urinalysis are provided.
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