Author Archives: Chryssa Rich

Why Even “Good” Dogs Need to Obey Leash Laws

July 23, 2012

I recently had a nerve-wracking experience while camping with my dog and infant son. One afternoon as we walked through the campground, I noticed two large dogs running toward us: ears alert, eyes focused on…


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Elevated Thyroid Levels in Cats – When to Worry

July 12, 2012

Hello. I’m Dr. Jane Matheys from the Cat Doctor Veterinary Hospital and Hotel in Boise, Idaho. I’ll be answering some cat health questions today that were posted on the Facebook page of Pets Best Insurance.…


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Flea Med Seizure; Found Dog with Lame Legs

July 10, 2012

Hi. I’m Dr. Fiona Caldwell, and I’m a veterinarian at Idaho Veterinary Hospital and I’m answering questions from Pets Best Facebook page today. The first question comes from Denise who writes, “My puggle has been…


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Dog Seizures: When to Worry, When to Wait

April 19, 2012

Help! My dog is on medication but continues to have seizures. What should I do? The goal of anti-convulsants in seizure control isn’t to make pets never have a seizure again. Although this would be nice,…


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Cat Quandries – Heavy Breathing, Worming, Chewing Plastic

April 11, 2012

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Feline Asthma – All About Asthma in Cats

March 16, 2012

Hello, I’m Dr. Jane Matheys from The Cat Doctor Veterinary Hospital and Hotel in Boise, Idaho. I’ll be answering some questions today from the Facebook page of Pets Best Insurance. I had several people write…


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