Krista A. Sirois, DVM (Clinical Behavior Resident)

Krista A. Sirois, DVM (Clinical Behavior Resident)

Veterinarian and Clinical Behavior Resident

Educations & Trainings

Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine Louisiana State University 2016

Small animal rotating internship VCA Veterinary Specialists of Northern Colorado 2016-2017

Residency Clinical Animal Behavior 2017-2020

Activity & Honors

American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior

Dr. Krista A. Sirois

Dr. Krista Sirois received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2016 from Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine.

While in school, she was very involved in the American Animal Hospital Association and in leadership of the Integrative Medicine Club. She also completed a 10 week fellowship in Clinical Pathology at Texas A&M. After graduating, she entered an internship program at VCA Veterinary Specialists of Northern Colorado. During that time she received in-depth training in internal medicine, surgery, neurology, and emergency medicine.  

Dr. Sirois started her residency in 2017 under the mentorship of Dr. Lisa Radosta, one of only 86 board-certified veterinary behaviorists in the country. She shares her home with her Chihuahua-Pug mix, Molly, and her two cats Chupie and Ducati.

Recent Articles

Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome (Twitchy Cat Disease)
Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome (Twitchy Cat Disease)
What Is Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome?Feline hyperesthesia syndrome (FHS) has also been called rolling skin syndrome and twitchy cat disease, which should give you an idea of what signs to look out for in your cat. FHS generally involves muscle contractions that your cat cannot control, along with changes in behavior. FHS remains poorly understood and may have neurological, psychological, or...
The Ultimate Guide to Cat Anxiety
The Ultimate Guide to Cat Anxiety
Anxiety is the anticipation of a danger or threat. So even though your cat is not actually in danger, they are anticipating it. Cat anxiety can cause bodily reactions and changes in your cat’s behavior. An anxious cat may have physical reactions such as increased heart and respiratory rates, panting, trembling, and salivation. The most obvious behavior changes are increased movement, hiding,...
Can Cats Have Separation Anxiety?
Can Cats Have Separation Anxiety?
Separation anxiety is a condition commonly known in dogs, but what about cats? Our feline companions have a reputation for being aloof, independent, or even antisocial. Those who share their homes with cats often disagree, but now there is research to back up their claims that cats are not so aloof. A recent study showed that cats living with humans have similar attachment styles to pet parents...