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8 Signs That Your Dog Might Be Ill

Fever

Fever

Fever is generally hard to tell in dogs unless you have an animal rectal thermometer. Getting your dog to allow you to take their temperature in the first place is usually the hardest part and then you have to remember that dogs aren’t humans and their internal body temperature is different than ours. Their healthy internal body temperature ranges from 99-102.5 degrees Fahrenheit. You should always keep a rectal thermometer in the house in case your pet starts to act differently and you need to check them out before bringing them to the vet.