Why is my guinea pig peeing blood? * If your guinea pig is weeing blood, it may have a calcium build up in its bladder or urinary tract that is causing that symptom. * It may also be a symptom of guinea pig ovarian cancer, or a guinea pig ovarian. Your vet will examine your guinea pig and palpate the lower abdomen. An x-ray (two views) may be taken to rule out bladder stones. Your vet will collect urine or draw it directly from the bladder using a needle. If there is no visible blood, the urine can be tested for the presence of blood.
Jan 23, 2009 · So here's my dilemma: every once in a while (now more frequently) I find blood in the cage, blood that's in urine. I'm positive of this, it's not dehydration. I have 5 pigs that live together. I haven't taken the pig into the vet, because frankly I'm not sure WHO it is. I was able to rule out 2 of my 5 pigs for sure. That leaves 3 possibilities. Jul 24, 2009 · This evening I decided I was going to take my 4 year old guinea pig Buttercup to the vet as she was squeaking a little sometimes when she goes for a wee. I have tonight noticed a little blood in her urine. I am now off to Tesco's to get her some Cranberry Juice and will take her straight to the vets in .
Dec 28, 2014 · I noticed one of my guinea pigs has blood in his pee. I'm unsure as to weather it is Badger or Alfie. I plan on putting each one on a towel for 20 mins to see if I can find out which one it is, but my question is do I need to contact the out of hours vets today or can I . What's Normal? What's Not? New guinea pig owners may wonder if their guinea pig is healthy! Here are some tips to help you know what to look for. Blood in urine is not normal and may be due to a urinary tract infection, bladder stones, or (in females) reproductive problems like pyometra (an infection of the lining of the uterus).