The Pet Jotter: A Wellness Journal for Your Animal Companions

Cannabidiol (CBD) has seen a massive surge in popularity in recent years, with sales of CBD products expected to reach $22 billion by 2022. Cannabidiol’s ability to manage anxiety, reduce pain, combat insomnia, and effectively treat an array of other medical issues have become common knowledge, but did you know that your pets may also benefit from treatment with CBD?  

Pet owners are reporting that CBD treats their animal companions’ anxiety, arthritis, pain, nausea, seizures, bowel issues, and inflammation as well or better than other medications or therapies.

Photo by Samantha Sensi

The Goldleaf family adores our four-legged friends, that’s why we are proud to introduce The Pet Jotter. Our latest science-forward journal has been specifically designed for pet owners who seek to provide the utmost standard of care for their animal companions. We co-created The Pet Jotter with Blooming Culture, a team devoted to providing the highest quality, pesticide and GMO-free, organic CBD tinctures and treats for your pets.

The Pet Jotter is an A5-sized log book with a discreet and refined exterior. Our journal features comprehensive guides to your pet’s endocannabinoid system and proper dosing procedures, answers to the most pressing questions about CBD therapy for your animal companion, and over forty templated entry pages to allow you to thoroughly log your observations as you integrate cannabidiol into your pet’s health regimen. The Pet Jotter will facilitate your ability to provide an enhanced standard of care by allowing you to organize and analyze how your pet is responding to cannabidiol. This journal makes it easy to determine when to change the type of CBD product administered (e.g. oil; treat; or topical), the total concentration, and the number of doses per day so that you can optimize the efficacy of treatment. 

Interested in learning more?
Have a look inside.

Goldleaf x Blooming Culture Pet Jotter Journal 

Cover photo by: @justanotherjayblog
Feline photo by: @sianazaid
Journal photo by: Tracy Kumono

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