hypothermia in pets


Hypothermia in Dogs

Extreme low temperatures can cause a dog’s body temperature to fall, leading to hypothermia. A dog’s normal body temperature is between 101°F and 102.5°F, so anything below 100°F is considered hypothermia in dogs. If sustained, hypothermia in dogs may lead to several complications and can even become fatal. To prevent this, immediate veterinary care is […]

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Underestimating the Temperatures that can cause Hypothermia with your Pet

A fur coat doesn’t make puppies immune to hypothermia. That’s a condition when the pet’s body temperature falls below normal. Puppies normally conserve body heat by seeking shelter and curling up, fluffing their fur to trap warm air next to the skin. Of course, a short-haired puppy doesn’t have much protection. In cold weather a […]

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