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Next working day delivery: £7.50 (Isles & Highlands, surcharges may apply and is a 2 day service however we cannot guarantee this)
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The Pet Flexible Digital Thermometer takes accurate and reliable rectal, oral as well as axillary temperature readings. The flexible tip of the thermometer therefore provides a comfortable probe for taking temperature readings from your cat or dog. Batteries are also included.
Before using the Pet Flexible Digital Thermometer, wash the thermometer probe thoroughly, and following each subsequent use with a damp cloth..
Taking Your Pet’s Temperature
Nervousness and exercise causes body temperature to rise as will excess heat and infections. Temperatures below normal are caused by exposure to cold weather but also by shock. Wherever possible use a digital thermometer as they are the most accurate as well as being easy to read.
A cat or dog’s normal temperature is between 100.5 and 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit.
|106+||41+||Cool down immediately and see your vet|
|105||40.6||See your vet|
|104||40||Call your vet|
|103||39.4||Call your vet|
|99||37.2||Call your vet|
|98||36.7||Keep warm and see your vet|
Firstly use K-Y jelly to lubricate the thermometer before inserting with a slight rotating action in your pet’s rectum.
Secondly hold the thermometer and the base of your pet’s tail and wait 90 seconds.
Lastly disinfect the thermometer after use.
If your pet shows distress then Do Not try to take your pet’s temperature, as you could harm your pet. Also nervousness can cause your pets’ body temperature to rise therefore potentially giving an inaccurate reading .