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It is important to keep up to date and informed of the best practises for caring and nurturing your pets and plants. Whether you’re looking for a new pet, or you’re in need of products and advice for your already existing pets and gardens, our Pet Care blog is the right place for you. We provide information for all aspects of pet and garden care, supplying information on a wide range of products from live animals and pet food to chicken coops, nest boxes, potting mix, electric fencing and more.

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“An Ounce of Prevention…”

We’ve all heard the saying “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”, and, from our general health to the servicing of our cars, we try to live by this rule. So how does this apply to trai..

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An Introduction to Clicker Training for Birds

What is clicker training? Clicker training is an animal training technique based on behavioral psychology that relies on marking desirable behavior and rewarding it. Desirable behavior is usual..

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Caring For Baby Chickens

Here are a few guidelines to help you successfully raise day old chicks through to maturity. Chickens grow very quickly but like all birds, are very susceptible to sickness. If you are concerned a..

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Caring For Hand Raised Cockatiels and Other Small Parrots

Cockatiels are the most sought after of the hand raised birds because they make excellent beginner pet birds with the bonus that they make less noise than most other breeds. Our hand raised birds ..

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Caring For Your Budgie

Budgerigars, parakeets or budgies depending on where in the world you are, are very popular pet birds because of their intelligence and size. If you invest enough time into your budgie while it is..

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Difference Between Chook Feeds For Egg Production

In our world of advanced technology and consumer demand for customization we find ourselves faced with a lot more choice. Feeding your chickens is more than just throwing in some scraps and grain..

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Directions For Sprouting at Home

What will I need? • Glass jars, netting or mesh and rubber bands. • A container with a draining rack. The rack keeps the jars at a 25-45°degree angle helping air movement and ensuring the ja..

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Hairballs In Cats

Hairballs (also called Furballs) are a normal part of most cats’ lives. The technical name is a “trichobezoar” pronounced as trike-o-bee-zohr. Hairballs occur when too much hair collects in the st..

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Keeping Chickens In The Backyard Made Easy

Whether you just like the idea of chickens or want fresh eggs for your family or even want to really know exactly what goes into your eggs then read on. With home grown chickens it really is a mat..

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Keeping Poultry Checklist

This is a checklist to help you make sure you have everything you will need to keep your chickens happy and healthy. 1. Chicken feed – if you are keeping chickens for fresh eggs the better qua..

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