Brooke Billingsley

Brooke Billingsley spent 9 years as a veterinary assistant before becoming a human nurse in 2013. She lives in Arkansas with her boyfriend of five years. She loves all animals and currently shares a home with three dogs, two cats, five fish, and two snails. She has a soft spot for special needs animals and has a three-legged senior dog and an internet famous cat with acromegaly and cerebellar hypoplasia. Fish keeping has become a hobby of Brooke’s and she is continually learning how to give her aquarium pets the best life possible. Brooke enjoys gardening and keeps a vegetable garden during the summer months. She stays active with yoga and obtained her 200-hour yoga teacher certification in 2020. She hosts a podcast focusing on folklore and myth and loves spending her free time researching and writing. Brooke believes that every day is an opportunity for learning and growth and she spends time daily working toward new skills and knowledge.

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Why Is My Dog Hiding? 8 Vet-Reviewed Causes & How to Stop It

Disclaimer: This article has been fact-checked by a qualified veterinarian using information available at the time of review. Veterinary medicine is continually evolving and changing. Dog owners are urged to discuss their dog’s care with their veterinarian and this article should not be taken as a substitute for medical advice for your pet. It can

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Can Dogs Get Hairballs? Vet-Reviewed Causes & What to Do

We’ve all heard of cats coughing up hairballs, but is this something you should be concerned about with your dog also? Although it’s not common, dogs can get hairballs. Hairballs, known medically as trichobezoars, can cause serious problems for dogs, so it’s important to recognize the signs and get your dog’s hairballs taken care of

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