Vet Thermometer

Monitor Equine Vital Signs Easily

 

        Heavy duty veterinarian thermometer.  I prefer these thermometers over the digital versions.  They are longer so the reading is more accurate.  There is a ring at the top to which you would tie a string for easy attachment to the tail with a clip.  It comes with a case. 

      Purchase several and have a spare on hand.

         Students of my online Stable Management course or in the online course Health and Disease Management will find this thermometer very useful.  
   
NORMAL EQUINE TEMPERATURE

      Foals, yearlings, and stallions: 101 - 102 degrees F.
        Average adult horse: 99 to 101 degrees F.

      * Temperature can be a degree higher in the afternoon, after meals or while in a stressful environment.





















   
Eleanor and Kruzer