The Omlet Blog

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Learn to Read your Rabbit’s Body Language

Cats and dogs (and humans) make noises to show others what they feel, want or really don’t like. Rabbits do as well, but t… Read More

10 Things Every Dog Parent is Guilty of Saying

In this post we’re introducing Esme, the latest addition to the Omlet HQ Pet family. This new puppy colleague has reminded us … Read More

Pooch vs Partner: Who won your heart this Valentine’s Day?

For Valentine’s Day we wanted to find out how much love yo… Read More

WIN a Fido Nook or Studio in our Valentine’s competition!

To celebrate Valentine’s Day and the season of love, we w… Read More

How to care for an older chicken

On average backyard chickens live to an age of six to eight years, but there are of course exceptions. How old a chicken will be… Read More

7 Ways to Help Your Chickens Stay Cool This Summer

Did you know that chickens can’t sweat? Instead, chickens use their legs, combs and wattles to lead heat away from their b… Read More

Healthy Oat Pancakes

Ingredients 2 ripe peeled bananas, 1/2 cup of oats, 2 eggs, 1 tbsp of yoghurt, Splash of milk. To cook … Read More

Top Ten Benefits of Owning A Pet

Studies have shown that having a pet can help lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, relieve stress, increase fitness leve… Read More

New Year Resolutions For You And Your Pet

January is historically the month to set yourself some achievable goals for the year ahead. We've put together some ideas for cr… Read More

New Year, New Eglu – $100 off!

Treat your chickens, rabbits and guinea pigs to a new home this January! $100 off all Eglu coops and hutches with the promo c… Read More

Celebration Chocolate Cake

What's on your Christmas list when it comes to cake? Easy, healthy, indulgent, gluten free, no added fat? Using eggs and veg… Read More

Does my pet need a buddy?

An animal that exhibits a high degree of sociality is called a social animal. This means they need contact with their own ki… Read More