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The present article discusses screening of 25 female buffaloes reporting with complaint of haematuria, strangury, polyuria, dribbling of urine. These were subjected to urinalysis using urine reagent strips for a quick assessment of the quality of urine to ascertain possible urinary tract disorders. Out of these 25 buffaloes, six were suspected to be suffering from urinary tract disease on the basis of presenting history and symptoms and preliminary urinalysis. Diagnosis of haemorrhagic cystitis and post-partum vaginal trauma in one case, urinary bladder tumour in two cases, hydronephrosis and a cyst beneath the rectum in one case and having purulent cystitis and urethritis with renal cysts in two cases is reported.