Brown or bloody urine in horses is urine that appears darker than usual as it exits the body. Brown or bloody urine is a symptom of urinary tract bleeding, breakdown of red blood cells, or muscle damage in the horse’s body
Umbilicus infection (omphalophlebitis), or navel ill in foals is a condition where the stump of the umbilical cord becomes infected shortly after birth. Left untreated, the condition can quickly become life-threatening, with foals deteriorating rapidly.
Urinary stones in horses are masses of minerals which accumulate in the urinary system. They are caused by an abnormal buildup of minerals normally found in the urinary system.