• with flexible probe
• high precision
• rapid measurement in 10 seconds
• with indication backlight: green - no fever, red - fever range
• automatic audible signal at the end of measurement
• storage of the last value
• automatic shut-off
• switchable from °C to °F
• battery change display
The most common way to measure a horse's temperature is to place a thermometer in the animal's anus.
The normal temperature of horses ranges between 37.50C - 38.60C, with an average of 37.80C.