New Pet App Launches to Help Make Pet Owner’s Life Easier

Are one of the many pet owners who’ve seen pet apps launch and wonder ‘is this for me?’, if so, don’t worry – you’re not alone.

Recently we were alerted to a new app which is designed to make your life easier. It’s called Pet Life and it has been created by animal health company, Bayer Animal Health.

The app is designed to essentially help you put all of the most important information about your pets in one central place, so you no longer need to worry about calendar and post-it note reminders for each and every one of your pets. Rather, this app allows you to store everything you need – from treatment reminders to appointments in one place and alerts you as and when needed giving you peace of mind that someone else is in charge of remembering!

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Easy to use, the free app’s interface is clean and very intuitive. Once you’ve set up your pet’s profile, you can then move through the navigation to set treatment records and reminders up, as well as adding in your pet’s weight for maintenance and management monitoring.

The Pet Life app is particularly great if you have more than one pet with the ability to set profiles and reminders up for each. As you’d expect with a team like Bayer behind the app, it has lots of expert advice and resources to delve into with helpful videos offering tips.

Take a look at the app in more detail for yourself, it could be the answer you’ve been looking for putting the reminders in the hands of someone (or something) else and fun back in yours.

Available for both android and iOS devises, you can find it on the Google Play store here or iTunes App store here. You can find more on the itsajungle.co.uk website.

 

Disclaimer: This post is brought to you by Bayer – ‘It’s a jungle’. The Pet Life app is part of ‘it’s a jungle’ programme from Bayer, which aims to help you keep your pet parasite free. For more information, please visit – Itsajungle.co.uk

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