[Gpdd] Health--re: pink pee
keegsmom at cablelynx.com
Tue Apr 4 13:22:01 EDT 2006
My little Elvis has that same problem. Off and on he has pinkish urine, but has never been symptomatic at all--no apparent pain or straining on urination, good appetite, playful. Twice he has been given a course of chloramphenicol, but since it continues to recur occasionally and he never seems sick, I am wondering if it could be food related. Recently I have been only giving him greens--no carrots and also no redleaf lettuce--and his urine is clear. Any ideas? I want to do what is best for him, but I don't want to give antibiotics needlessly.
Sincere condolences to all who have lost a dear piggie. I am not able to post often now, because I am still working many hours with the animals who could not be re-united with owners after Katrina, and also have a full time job. But I read the GPPD as often as I can and am always so sad to read that another has gone to Bridge.
For those who remember my sweet little senior piggie Bryn, I had to help her across the Bridge several week ago. She was 10 years old, and though her spirit was bright as ever, her little body had just worn out.
Leila and the 6 Little Pigs (and remembering PJ and Bryn at the Bridge)
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