03-06-2018, 02:17 AM
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: So Cal
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Your vet is going to be the best place to get information directly related to your pet and her current health status.
100.0 is within the normal temperature range for dogs, and a single reading in regards to pregnant dogs is not very useful for determining anything with any kind of certainty.
How often are you taking her temp? And how are you taking it?
You said she's 45 days pregnant, is that post breeding or post ovulation? And how often was she bred?
Have you had an ultrasound done to confirm a pregnancy since she's too early for X-rays at this point?
How large is she? How large is the stud that you bred her to?
Do you know anything about her lines and how her female relatives did when they were bred? You may want to contact the breeder you got her from, if you haven't already, they should have some insight into what is normal for her lines.
How is she behaving? What are you currently feeding her?