Myoglobinuria

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Myoglobinuria in dogs is defined as the presence of myoglobin, a muscle-breakdown protein, in the urine.

This compound, which is not normally detected in canine urine, is frequently seen in dogs with exertional myopathy and phosphofructokinase deficiency.