Bullet Journal Pet Tracker

If you’re a pet owner, like me, it could be very useful to keep a pet tracker in your bullet journal.

I created spreads for my cats with their general information: names, date of birth, gender, race, their ID, when they got sterilized and info about their vaccinations and specific meds. 

Of course, there are many other things you can track. I only created pages specifically for cats, but if you are a dog owner you could for example also include a schedule for training sessions. 

Here’s a list of things you can include in your own pet spreads:

  • medication
  • vaccinations
  • vet contact info
  • vet appointments
  • supplements 
  • special food or food in general
  • allergies
  • diseases
  • special care
  • diet
  • symptoms
  • behavior
  • trainer contact information
  • training sessions
  • tricks
  • a milestone page
  • a memory page (diary/pictures)
  • favorite toys
  • grooming sessions
  • cleaning schedule 

You should include whatever is important to you and your pet. I personally love to include pictures and little diary entries in my weekly/daily spreads. It’s really nice to be able to look how they’ve grown and read stories about cute and funny things that happened.
It’s also very handy to have just one place where you can find all important information regarding your pets and what they need.

I hope this post was helpful!
Do you have pets? I’d love to know all about it so please comment below 😀 




  1. August 19, 2018 / 2:06 am

    Having a pet spread is such a great idea! Your cats look adorable 😍 I don’t have pets, but I pet-sit for my neighbors sometimes which is really fun.

    • August 19, 2018 / 10:48 am

      Ooh that’s nice too! We care for our neighbors pets too sometimes 🙂 I love cats ^^

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