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01-27-2013 10:19 PM
Alessandra Todaro
shivering and feeling hot

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Thank you


As far as Brutus, I'm glad to hear he is feeling better. As someone else said, bladder infections don't generally tend to make a temperature increase that much, but pain can also cause a temp to increase. I know with a simple UTI I want to curl up and die, so I can only imagine the poor dogs that have no idea what's going on Keep an eye on him, and hopefully he makes a good, full recovery
I had a uti before and I was miserable and when I found out I was so sad for him because I know how much they hurt


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01-27-2013 10:16 PM
Alessandra Todaro
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I think any time anyone's dog is running a temp over 105, it should be a given they should be at the vet already. It shouldn't take a vet tech to determine that, no offense, Anubis!
My son had a temp over 105 when he was an infant and was hospitalized 3 days because it's not "normal" or "typical" to run that high of temp, and as was said on the first page, brain damage can occur quite easily at those high of temps.

Instead of checking here on the 'net, the 1st thing anyone ought to do if presented with a lethargic dog with a temp of 105 + is head for the nearest vet or e-vet.
That is why we headed straight to the ER vet ... I couldn't take the chance of waiting and seeing ... I really only asked before I had taken his temperature and then once I checked I called right away and brought him in



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01-27-2013 07:50 PM
Anubis_Star OH fine msvette, just take away my little ego boost (Even though you ARE correct...)
01-27-2013 11:46 AM
msvette2u I think any time anyone's dog is running a temp over 105, it should be a given they should be at the vet already. It shouldn't take a vet tech to determine that, no offense, Anubis!
My son had a temp over 105 when he was an infant and was hospitalized 3 days because it's not "normal" or "typical" to run that high of temp, and as was said on the first page, brain damage can occur quite easily at those high of temps.

Instead of checking here on the 'net, the 1st thing anyone ought to do if presented with a lethargic dog with a temp of 105 + is head for the nearest vet or e-vet.
01-27-2013 03:51 AM
Anubis_Star
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Originally Posted by GatorBytes View Post
If Anubus is on here she may have better idea of symptoms and whether you should get to the vet asap.
Thank you


As far as Brutus, I'm glad to hear he is feeling better. As someone else said, bladder infections don't generally tend to make a temperature increase that much, but pain can also cause a temp to increase. I know with a simple UTI I want to curl up and die, so I can only imagine the poor dogs that have no idea what's going on Keep an eye on him, and hopefully he makes a good, full recovery
01-27-2013 01:37 AM
msvette2u
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He has a bladder infection and a bacterial infection on his man parts :/ my poor baby ... He's miserable


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Oh, so that was what was causing the fever? Had it gone into his kidneys? That's a pretty high temp for a bladder infection...glad he's on the mend
01-26-2013 11:52 PM
Alessandra Todaro
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hey brutus...dude, so glad you're doin' better! sounds like flea meds reaction. imho.

He says bark bark ..


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01-26-2013 11:51 PM
Alessandra Todaro
shivering and feeling hot

He has a bladder infection and a bacterial infection on his man parts :/ my poor baby ... He's miserable


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01-25-2013 07:52 PM
spidermilk Glad he is feeling better! Similar thing happened to us once but my dog was 2- shivering, just laying down refusing to get up, wouldn't eat, wouldn't drink. I was so glad the e-vet is only 10 minute away (we live near a vet school). Of course, as soon as we get there the excitement had him acting much more normal but he still had to be treated for some parasitic or bacterial infection (not sure which). One of the more stressful nights of my life...
01-25-2013 06:53 PM
katieliz hey brutus...dude, so glad you're doin' better! sounds like flea meds reaction. imho.
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