If you’re using a rectal thermometer to take your dog’s temperature, you’ll first need to properly lubricate the thermometer with a substance like baby oil or petroleum jelly. This is to help the thermometer slide in smoothly.
You may need a second person to help when it comes to taking your dog’s temperature with a rectal thermometer. This is so that they can hold and reassure the dog during the process.
With a rectal thermometer, you’ll need to insert it slowly and gently into your dog’s anus. Depending on the size of your dog, the thermometer should be inserted one to three inches deep. Ask your vet if you are unsure about how deeply to insert the thermometer.
Once you’ve inserted a rectal thermometer into your dog’s anus, you may need to leave it there for two minutes so that it can accurately register your dog’s temperature.
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