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  dog's high temperature (Guest)
Posted: 9:09:52 pm on 12/15/2006 Modified: Never
 
Hello, it's 3 o clock here.My dog is having a high temperature and a feaver.No vet nearby cause I am in my house in mountain.Is there anyone here to help me what to do?
 
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  Re: dog's high temperature (admin)
Posted: 9:18:01 pm on 12/15/2006 Modified: Never
 
normal dog temperature is around 101, how high is the fever? Any other symptoms? DO NOT GIVE TYLENOL! It will kill a dog. Dogs can take baby aspirin but it is very hard on their stomachs (acidic) so if you have enteric coated be sure and use those and only the 81 mg baby, not the larger doses.
 
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  Re: dog's high temperature (Icky and Tricky)
Posted: 11:25:09 pm on 12/16/2006 Modified: Never
 
Ahh, can anyone explain how to take a dogs temperature, without having to resort to the method that my vet usually utilizes. I don’t believe my dog will let me do that to her anyway. Aside from which, the rest of the family will probably object to having to share the thermometer with her… after the fact as it were.
 
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  Re: dog's high temperature (Guest)
Posted: 11:06:51 am on 12/17/2006 Modified: Never
 
the best way to check a dogs temp is the traditional way (rectal) but you might be able to try holding the thermometer under their front leg right up in the arm pit making sure the tip in completely surrounded by skin. You have to leave it there for 1-2 minutes to get a good temp but I dont know if this is as accurate as the other way.
 
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