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I couldn’t figure out what was up with the weird pee in the barn. I thought it was just discolored from it being cold and starting to freeze. Until I watched my gelding pee.
My dilemma is this: the first like, three seconds of pee are normal colored (yellowy pee). Then his pee turns milky white. And this is how he pees. To me milky white means infection. Could he have a bladder infection or UTI? He does stand in the pee position for about 30 seconds before peeing.
Advice please SmartPakers.
I would definitely call your vet. Better safe than sorry.
Yep, I have finally found a vet who has a good rep in my community and makes barn calls. (I am currently trailer-less). Just have to call and get all set up.
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