Question by  jeancowling (40)

What is the average temperature of a dog?


Answer by  HeatherDykeman (36)

The normal body temperature for an adult dog is 101. 3 degrees Fahrenheit (38. 5 degrees Celsius). However, averages for healthy dogs can range from 100 to 102. 5 degrees Fahrenheit (37. 7 to 39. 2 degrees Celsius). Puppies have a slightly lower temperature than adult dogs. A pregnant dog's temperature will drop several degrees prior to labor.


Answer by  susief00 (25)

A dogs average, healthy temperature is slightly more than that of a human. Canines generally run about 100. 5 degrees Fahrenheit to 102. 5 degrees Fahrenheit or 38 to 39. 2 degrees Celsius.


Answer by  katharine (3981)

The average temperature of a healthy dog is 101 degrees, but the temperature of a healthy dog can range between 99 degrees and 102. 5 degrees. Dog temperatures can also range a bit at different times. Make sure you know what is normal for your dog so you'll know if your dog is sick.


Answer by  Lillian36 (222)

The average temperature of a dog can range from 100 degrees to 102. 5 degrees Fahrenheit. This is done rectally. If in doubt, see a vet.

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