I took my dog to the vet on January 25th because she was due for her rabies vaccine and when they took her temperature, it appeared to be pretty high (104). We all thought she was just nervous at first because she seemed REALLY nervous and even crapped on the floor in the clinic. ush::shame: But the vet and the vet's assistant took her temperature at least 5/6 times and it was still 104 (and her temperature is usually around 101 when we visit the vet) so we decided to wait a week and see if she'll be less nervous. So, Friday (2/1), I took her back to get vaccinated but they took her temperature again and it was still high. We decided not to get her vaccinated yet since she has a fever. The vet couldn't find anything wrong because she's been acting normal (very active at home, eating and drinking properly, no sign of sickness at all) and the vet said she looked good physically and checked her out but didn't find anything wrong. He sent us home with some antibiotics and I have to bring her back next Friday. However, she's been feeling extremely warm today. I'm really worried cause she's never gotten a fever before. She's acting normal though, still running around, playing with her toys as usual... bothering every one, eating fine... I also tried to take her temperature but every time I try to put the thermometer inside her butt, she runs away.