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Hello, everyone,

I think that I have seen something like this posted before, somewhere.

One of my female piggys is doing milky coloured wee's.

Can anyone offer some advise please.

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When I had to give a urine sample of my piggie it was milky and the vet told me that was normal.

However, you should watch a piggies calcium intake....think spinach is pretty high x
 

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I would be careful not to feed spinach and kale too often; they are very high in calcium.

Otherwise, milky is simply the normal way of the piggy body to get rid of too much.
 
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Thanks everyone, just panicked a bit.

We gave them some kale for the first time last week, and the Tesco bag seems to have more spinach, than any of the others.....

Is there a "safe" fresh food for GP's?. I know that two much of anything is not good, and the piggies are like us I quess. We always eat more of the bad, than the good!.
 
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