Balancing the demands of a busy life is not an easy task and can lead tochronic stress and long-term health problems. Good news is that pets can helptheir owners achieve a good life balance and in return, be happier themselves!

It’s Mental Health Awareness Month in October and The Pet Diaries isencouraging pet owners to have a good life balance by making time for theirpet. The Pet Diaries is a free APP that helps pet lovers manage and tracktheir fur babies’ wellbeing, from exercise and nutrition to appointments,events and more.

“We encourage pet owners to have a healthy life balance not just for their ownhealth and well-being, but also for their companion animals, whether it betheir dog, cat, bird or family goat,” said Stacey Gadway, the new CEO of ThePet Diaries.

“Research has unleashed many health and social benefits to owning pets1,including improving work life balance by enhancing our social life, helping toreduce stress, providing physical exercise, enhancing family bonding andpromoting creativity,” said Stacey.

“Having a pet that we care for makes us feel wanted and needed and takes thefocus away from our day-to-day life issues. And the more we spend time withour pet, the more relaxed we are the happier they are! Because a happy pet isa happy life!”

How can we simplify you and your pet’s life?

The Pet Diaries app helps to simplify your pet’s life in this time poorsociety by recording and graphing information, such as vaccinations,surgeries, allergies, accidents, weight, growth and much more.

It can also effectively track multiple pets and being developed to includedifferent species, such as birds, rabbits/guinea pigs, reptiles, horses andeven pet farm animals like sheep, goats and chickens!

The app provides busy pet parents (particularly owners of multiple animals)peace of mind as it helps them stay organised and on track with routinehealthcare treatments, vet and grooming appointments, feeding schedules andeven social schedule!

You’re not the only one who has playdates!

Older pets also require a little extra love and care, and The Pet Diaries canhelp you provide that, said Stacey.

“The app is not just a time saving tool but can also help to save your pet’slife,” she said.

“Having the correct information (what was that allergy?) and history aboutyour pet easily on hand makes a vet’s ability to treat your furry friend farmore effective and efficient!” The app also features an in-built alertfunction linked to the user’s smartphone calendar!

And when you feel like shopping for your fur baby, check out The Pet Diary’sMarketplace for special offers from retail partners, such as Bark Butter, OhCrap Poop Bags, FleaMail and

“It takes a village to care for your pet. That’s why at The Pet Diaries wehave a growing list of partners with exclusive discounts to help you care foryour pet,” said Stacey.

For more information about The Pet Diaries, visit

For partnership opportunities or enquiries about the Marketplace, please visit

1 Animal Medicines Australia, Pet Ownership in Australia 2016 Report .

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