As far as her temperature is concerned, I don't suppose you have a rectal thermometer. If you did you could take her temperature yourself. The only really reliable way to determine body temperature is with a thermometer.
Also, has she gone to the bathroom at all?
I agree it sucks not to have a vet clinic that is staffed twenty four hours to monitor seriously ill animals.
As Rainbow mentioned, would it be possible to get a hold of your vet to address some of your concerns?
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Last edited by mikischo; August 14th, 2010 at 07:35 PM.