High Fever in Dogs
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You may have heard that you can tell whether your dog has a fever by feeling his nose -- cool and wet is good, hot and dry means fever -- but it’s not that simple. In fact, dog fever often goes unrecognized or undetected.
One reason it can be difficult to detect fevers in dogs is that their normal body temperature is naturally higher than in humans.
The normal body temperature for dogs is between 101 and 102.5 F, compared to 97.6 to 99.6 F for humans. This means your dog may feel feverish to you even when his temperature is completely normal.
Symptoms: Although there are no definite signs, some symptoms that might indicate illness and fever in dogs include:
Loss of appetite
If you experience any of these please call us. If after hours please use our Mobile App "Click to Call" feature and a Doctor will speak to you.
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