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Doggy Sleeping Positions and What They Mean

On the side The most common sleeping position for dogs is on their side with the legs pointing straight out. Sometimes dogs w… Read More

Introduce Your Chickens to the Awesome Chicken Swing

Roosting high up in trees comes natural to chickens, as that… Read More

Become an Omlet Affiliate and Earn Commission – FAQ

By becoming an Omlet affiliate you could earn 5% commission … Read More

Fido Nook vs. Fido Studio – Which One is the Best For You?

Having a crate for your puppy or dog has many advantages. It… Read More

Everything You Need To Know About Keeping Roosters

Most chicken keepers limit their attentions to hens and eggs. Roosters – or cockerels, as they are sometimes called (and def… Read More

Why Fresh Air is so Beneficial to Cats

Watch a cat stalking through the grass or simply relaxing in the sunshine, and it’s clear that they love being outside. If y… Read More

Use Your Girls’ Eggs for This Gorgeous Homemade Pasta

Ingredients Tipo 00 Flour Eggs Salt Homemade pasta is one … Read More

Four Easy Tricks to Teach your Parakeet

The starting point for all parakeet tricks is trust, and the key to success is treats! Once a parakeet has been hand-tamed and… Read More

What’s wrong with my chicken?

If you keep chickens, you already know what a happy, healthy hen looks like. If anything changes, it’s a sign that all is no… Read More

6 Dog Breeds You Might Have Never Heard Of

Azawakh The Azawakh originates from the Saleh area south of Sahara, where it’s still used by nomadic people to guard herd… Read More

Want to keep chickens and rabbits together? These are the things you need to consider!

Rabbits and chickens are two of the nation’s favourite pet… Read More

Learn To Read Your Cat’s Body Language

The closest ancestors of the domestic cats were solitary wildcat species that didn’t have to, and in most cases didn’t wan… Read More