The normal body temperature for an adult horse is 98.5 to 101 degrees F (for neonatal foals, it’s 99 to 102 degrees F). Taking your horse’s temperature can dangerous. Dr. Allison Kiser shows you the proper technique for taking your horse’s temperature that will keep you safe and help you gather this critical information on your horse’s health.

Do you have horse health questions for our doctors? Contact Badger Equine Veterinary Services in Janesville or Cambridge.