Knowing how to take your horse’s vital signs is imperative in an emergency, and it’s a skill that you should practice ahead of time. Although there’s a range of vital signs considered “normal” for a horse, it’s important to establish a base line so that you know what’s normal for your individual horse. Temperature A horse’s temperature is typically between 99 and 101 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Article excerpt posted on Sidelinesnews.com from The Classic Insider.