Symptoms of a Dog Temperature

A dog’s temperature can alter a couple of degrees according to its emotional state or action amount. If he’s no other symptoms and the temperature doesn’t prevail, there’s no need to stress.

Is the dog’s temperature over 106 F? Was your dog left in a hot car or in a unshaded region without water? Is the dog a bulldog (flat faced), old or big-boned? Is he panting or fell? Is his heartbeat pounding? See House Treatment for heatstroke under. If House Treatment will not work in 10 minutes, see your veterinarian immediately!

Does your dog have a temperature accompanied by the following signals?

Insufficient desire
Hot and panting, melancholy
Depressed expression
Rise in respiration or pulse
Vomiting
Diarrhea
Coughing
Sneezing
Watery eyes
Weight loss
Reduced action
Lethargy
If so, and symptoms don’t subside independently, see your veterinarian within 24 hours.

House Treatment for Heatstroke
Use ice packs (the type made for lunch cartons are great) to the head, under the “armpits” and between the thighs. If, nevertheless, there isn’t any development within a quarter hour, or his condition worsens and he will not react to the chilly water and ice packs, see your veterinarian immediately!

Your veterinarian gives your dog a whole physical and may do blood tests, urine tests or X rays. If your veterinarian suspects an infection, antibiotics will be prescribed.