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Which type of feed is best for my horse?

14 July 2016 4:17:38 pm AEST

At Pet Horse & Farm we stock the greatest range of horse feed and deliver everything to your home, workplace or your stable. We are re-introducing the Coprice Horse range to expand our product offering to equine customers. They have even compiled a table to help you choose which type of feed is best for your horse.

You will also notice some great new packaging for the NutriRice range and as always if your order is over $100 we can deliver FREE to metropolitan Melbourne. The Coprice and NutriRice range offer a product suitable for any type of horse in any discipline.

To find out what is best for your horse browse through the range on our website or email us at for some specific advice.

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Wet or dry dog food: which is best?

27 June 2016 6:26:32 pm AEST

When choosing dog food, the first thing to consider is nutritional content. Just as you probably wouldn’t feel well if you ate junk food for a week, so your dog’s not going to be at his best if you cut corners on what he eats.

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We are here to help

4 April 2016 3:44:38 pm AEST

Pet Horse & Farm were extremely sad to learn of the news regarding the death of 23 horses due to extreme animal cruelty in Bulla, Victoria. 

We have donated feed for the 22 surviving horses and hope they find new homes where they are loved and cared for as all animals and pets should be. 

If you would like help or advice on horses or any pets, their nutrition and their wellbeing, please don't hesitate to contact Pet Horse & Farm.  

Ph: 1300 362 326 


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Kitten Blog

14 December 2015 11:03:15 am AEDT



- Cardboard or light weight plastic cat carrier (to transport the kitten home)

- Litter, litter tray and plastic scoop

- Elastic Collar and identity tag (tag should have owner’s name & address or phone number and not the cat’s – for the security of your cat)

-  Feeding dish and water bowl

- Brush and Comb (seek advice on the best type for your cat)

- Sleeping basket

- Scratching post

- A cat toy

ARRIVAL AT HOME: The kitten should not be taken home in your arms – it must have an escape proof transport box or basket. It may well become nervous when in strange surroundings and will try to escape as a result. When you arrive home, all doors and windows should be closed in the room where the cat will be living for most of the time. Then the litter tray and food and water bowls should be placed in their permanent places and the box opened and the kitten allowed out. Resist the temptation to pick it up until it has accustomed itself to its new home. In three stages and over the next few days, gradually open up other rooms and let the kitten explore other areas.

Over-excited children can stress a new pet so if children are present, be very conscious of their behaviour towards the kitten especially during this settling in period.

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Dog Blog

7 December 2015 11:40:08 am AEDT


If you’re thinking of adding a dog to your family, or you have just welcomed a canine companion into your home, you may be wondering how best to take care of your new friend. Obviously there are many different breeds of dog to choose from and you are not always going to find one size fits all ideas and solutions. There are some suggestions that are similar for all breeds though.

Of course, one of the most important considerations is that you have all of the necessary items to make sure your dog is well cared for. These can include dog beds, pet shampoo, well-fitting dog collars, a control lead and a well manufactured kennel. Dogs are never going to be cheap to care for but don’t worry too much. Before you think you may have to take out a second mortgage to afford the costs, you should know that it’s possible to buy reasonably priced pet products in Australia, and still provide your canine housemate with the best care possible. 

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3 December 2015 3:46:59 pm AEDT

There is currently a problem with the checkout section of our webpage. Please email with the products you would like and we will contact you before processing the order. We apologise for any inconvenience and will get the problem fixed as soon as possible.

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Chook Blog

23 November 2015 5:38:21 pm AEDT


- To have a supply of fresh eggs

-  Pest & weed control

- A supply of nitrogen-rich manure – great for your garden!

- For fresh meat


The ideal chicken coop protects chickens from rain, wind, and temperature extremes. The basic requirement for a poultry yard is a good fence to keep predators such as foxes and sometimes including family pets from getting in. There should be perches adequately spaced and arranged so that the chickens can perch comfortably in the coop.

Chickens do better when they roost at night up off the ground. And they're happier, also. It is the natural way for a bird to sleep. It helps prevent external parasites and keeps them from lying in their own droppings. You also don't want them to start sleeping in the nest boxes - these are for egg laying. Some kind of litter such as straw or wood shavings should be spread underneath the perches and needs to be changed when it becomes wet or soiled.

TIP: A mixture of straw and chicken manure is ideal for garden compost.

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Caring For A Pet Rabbit

19 October 2015 1:37:16 pm AEDT



Hay is the most important factor in your rabbit’s diet. A good quality grass or oaten hay should be available at all times. It is important to feed your rabbit a variety of fresh vegetables. Feed 2 to 4 cups per day making sure one or more contain vitamin A.

*Remember to make all dietary changes slowly


Alfalfa sprouts, Asparagus, Broccoli, Basil, Bok Choy, Beet Greens Tops (A), Brussel Sprouts, Carrot and Tops (A), Clover and Clover Sprouts, Dandelion Greens, Eggplant, Mint, Mustard Greens, Parsley (A), Snow peas/Sugar Snap Peas (A), Peppers, green, red and yellow, Butternut Pumpkin, Pumpkin Leaves, Squash, Watercress (A), Wheat Grass and  Zucchini.             

FRUITS – can be fed once or twice a week (no seeds or pips)

Apple, Blackberries, Blueberries, Melon, Papaya, Peach, Pears, Pineapple, Plum, Raspberries and Strawberries.  

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Pet, Horse and Farm have opened a temporary pop-up shop at 75 Keilor Road Essendon. We will be open every day between 10am and 4.30pm, with a range of in-store bargains on dog, cat and small animal products.

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Dog Food Specials!

23 June 2015 1:38:27 pm AEST

Click to purchase your dog's food of choice! 

12-15kg bags on special! We deliver to you! 

Advance - $25 off 

Eukanuba - $15 off 

Hills - $25 off 

Royal Canin - $30 off 

Phone orders and pick up also available. 

Call: 1300 362 326


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