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Blood in urine

Species: rabbit | Category: other | Submitted: 14 June 2009 09:57PM | viewed 10892 times
Q Laura asks:

I have a doe 20 days into her pregnancy and I'm worried she might be bleeding. I have just read an answer about food pigment and red urine so I'm not so sure. Can you tell me how to tell the difference?

Q Our vet says: The best way to tell the difference is to ask your vet to check a urine sample. A simple test is usually available which will detect blood in urine.

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