The Omlet Guide to Pets
This is a fantastic resource of advice, tips and essential information on everything chicken. As well as everyday care of your pet you can find out about the origin of the species, the names of some famous fighting chickens and how to give your chicken a bath - without ruffling its feathers. We hope you enjoy it!
Read about these furry animals and their amusing antics. You can learn the basics of caring for your pet or study their anatomy. Do you know your dewlap from your scut?! Or did you know that unchecked a rabbit's teeth will grow 5 inches a year? You can read all this and more in Omlet guide to keeping rabbits.
These quacking pets lay just as many eggs as a chickens and have inbuilt oil cans to help them stay waterproof. There is lots of information about caring for these waterfowl and fascinating facts. Did you know that male ducks moult twice a year, compared to the females once a year? Or that ducks must have access to water. Swat up on these wonderfull animals here.
Guinea Pig Guide
You can discover the wonderful world of these cute little creatures. They make great pets for your children because they are so friendly and easy to look after. Learn where they came from, how many toes they have on their front feet, why it isn't impossible to pick a guinea pig up by its tail and much more.
Quail are the perfect pet for really small gardens. They lay as many eggs as chickens and are little balls of joy. Learn all about keeping quails yourself in this eggspertly written guide.
Bees are magical creatures with their highly developed social structures and absorbing behaviour, you will find them fasinating. This guide covers everything you need to know about bees, beekeeping beehives and much more.
Learn all about how we have Ghengis Kahn and a French priest to thank for our pet gerbils, and all about how to buy, care for and play with these lovely little animals. You don't even have to conquer Mongolia.
Hamsters are one of the world's most popular pets. In our guide, you can learn all about their amazing history and how to keep your hamsters healthy and happy.
If you are thinking about breeding and incubating your own eggs this guide will teach you everything you need to know to get started. You can learn about how to do natural incubation (underneath a hen) and artificial incubation using a home incubator.
Worm Composting Guide
In the words of the great Charles Darwin, who devoted years to studying the earthworm. "It may be doubted whether there are many other animals in the world which have played so important a part in the history of the world.". This guide will teach you everything you need to know about these wonderful creatures.