The nappies she sells are bought by families who encourage their birds inside to interact or for people in apartments or townhouses who keep birds but have limited space.
"Chickens have become incredibly interactive with people," Ms Dimock said.
"When you come home they are looking for you and run up to you. They make really good pets and are really social creatures."
The leads were developed because Ms Dimock said people wanted to take their birds with them when they left the house.
"People were telling us that they wanted to take their chickens to the park to have a scratch around while they watched their kids playing soccer," she said.
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