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September 28, 2008


Todd Chrisman

I'd recommend collecting a urine sample and having a urinalysis run. Looking at it under a microscope may provide some key information.

White Horse Pilgrim

Milkly urine does not necessarily indicate a problem. I've had several horses whose urine has been milky. The veterinary books said, basically: sometimes this happens and we don't quite know why, however on its own it doesn't indicate a problem.

I wouldn't worry unless the pony exhibits some other worrying behaviours or symptoms at the same time.

However, if there is any concern that the pony is sick or suffering, don't hesitate to call a vet.

amber hardy

i have a 21 year old amre and her urine is white and someone told me shes in heat can that be trye

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