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Puppy and Dog Weekly Bullet Journal Spreads

One of my most popular blog posts is Puppy and Pet Bullet Journal Planner Spreads. I created those spreads and that blog post two years ago when my twin sister first got her puppy Bear. Currently I am dog sitting Bear while she is out of town. When it came time for me to make my weekly spread I knew I had to make it focused around dogs since that is my main focus this week. Creating that weekly spread sparked inspiration in me to create even more dog and puppy related weekly spreads. I even created new layouts that I have never shared before on the blog. So if you are a new dog or puppy owner, are celebrating your dog, or just simply love dogs then these weekly spreads are for you.

I plan digitally, using an iPad and the application GoodNotes Adonit Dash 3 Stylus from Amazon. These spreads were made on GoodNotes5, but are easily exported to be used on GoodNotes4. If you are curious to why I plan digitally check out my blog post Switching to a Digital Planner-Paperless Planning.

Vertical Dog Bone Spread

This is a weekly layout that I frequently share and personally use. The spread is simple with a dog bone as the daily headers. It also includes a 'What I Ate' section for each day of the week, along with a notes section and to do section. This spread is simple but can easily be elevated with color. I chose to use light grey as the highlight color for this spread, but you could go as far as using bright rainbow colors if that is what fits your planner style.

Horizontal Dog Bone and Paw Spread 

This spread is the one I created for my planner and the one that sparked the inspiration for this blog post. I used a dog bone for the days of the week and a paw for the number dates. This spread also includes the elements of a 'What I Ate' for each day, a notes section and a to do section. Like the pervious spread I chose to use a light grey highlight. Again any colors could be used for this spread. 

Horizontal Boxed Paw Spread 

For the first page of this spread there are daily boxes for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, along with a small box that can be used for an image or quote, and a larger box for notes or a to do section. The second page of the spread includes daily boxes for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Instead of including a 'What I Ate' section I included a daily habit tracker. The examples of habits that I used are water intake, exercise, and reading. The space next to each doodle is for creating a bar graph for the amount done for each task. For water each box can represent a glass drank, for exercise it can be time (each box represents an amount of time) or distance (each box represents milage), and for reading it can be for pages read (each box represents 10 pages) or time read (each box represents an amount of time).

Dog Paw Doodle Spread 

This is a layout that I feature often on my blog as really any doodle works for it. I chose to do a simple outline of a dog paw along with a 'What I Ate' section for each day of the week. A downside to this layout is it has limited space for writing in each daily box so I would recommend it for a slow or not task heavy week. To have the main focus be the dog paws I chose to not include color or highlight. You could easily add a little bit of color to this spread by coloring in the white text in the 'What I Ate' sections.

Horizontal Washi Tape Spread

This is one of the new layouts that I created for this blog post. The dog bone and paw print doodles on the side of the page are intended to look like washi tape. If you are or ever were a physical planner than you know about washi tape. Unlike the other spreads shown in this blog post this one includes a header with the month and dates of the week. The extra section on the second pages includes the elements of a notes section, to do section, and meals sections. For the meals section it is intended to be used for dinners as there is not spaces for all meals of the day. For this spread I used a neutral taupe highlight to add some color. 

Vertical with Month Paw Spread

This is the second new layout that I created for this blog post. This spread includes a simple black paw doodle with the name of the month. Unlike the other spreads shown in this post this one includes a month calendar. Each day of the week has a vertical box. On the first page there is a box that can be used for anything. I showed it being used for goals and appointments. On the second page I used the first box on the second row for a to do list and notes. The second box is used for a grocery list. For this spread I chose to use a neutral taupe as a highlight. 

Like with all weekly spreads the purpose is to add the elements that help you to be the most productive and successful that you can be. So with all of these spreads you can add and take anyway any of the elements to make your weekly spread to customized it for you and your needs and wants. 

This blog post is meant as inspiration for creating a minimal, creative and functional weekly bullet journal layouts. Happy planning!!

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  1. Pick activities you can do together, like fetch, walking, hiking, or swimming, because dogs love to interact with people. You can get dog food, medication and other supplies from PetCareRx and make their life comfortable.


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