Normal Dog Temperature?

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The temperature of a healthy normal dog is 101 °F (38 °C). However, the temperature of a healthy dog ranges from 99 °F to 102.5 °F (37.2 °C-39.2 °C). Dogs are said to be homothermic or in simple terms, warm-blooded animals. Their body temperatures are maintained at a constant level despite the temperature of their environment.
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Puppies have slightly lower temperatures than adult dogs. Newborns have temperatures of 94 to 97 F, or 34.4 to 36.1 C. By the time they are 1 month old, this will rise to 100 F or
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37°c.
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The average temperature of a healthy dog is 101 °F or 38 °C, however, the
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The normal body temperature for a dog falls within the range of 100°F to 102.5°F (about 38°C to 39.2°C) If your dog's temperature is outside of this range, you should
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The temperature of a healthy dog is 101.5 degrees Fahrenheit or 38.6 degrees Celsius. If the temperature of the dog is over 104 degrees Fahrenheit or below 99 degrees Fahrenheit, then consider the dog to be in a fatal state. The temperature is best taken from the rectum using a digital thermometer.
Body temperature is one of the ways to monitor a dog's health. The normal average temperature for an adult dog is thus pegged at 38.5 degrees Celsius. However a temperature range of between 37.7 and 39.2 can still be considered normal. You can consult a veterinary for assurance.
A dog’s normal body temperature ranges between 38.1°C and 39.2°C. If the temperatures are below 99 degrees Fahrenheit (37.2°C) and above 104 degrees Fahrenheit (40°C), it is considered extremely serious.
The normal temperature for a dog is 101 degrees ferigahds. If the temperature goes beyond 103 degree ferigahds, one is supposed to consult the veterinary. The most accurate way that is used to measure the temperature of a dog is rectally.
The vet believes that a dog's normal temperature should be around 100 to 102 degrees. If your dog's temperature goes up or down you will need to take them to a vet.
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