Your Pet’s Horoscope for June 2009

on June 2, 2009
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CAPRICORN (December 22 – January 20)

During the month of June, Capricorn pet owners should pay very close attention to their pets. You will need to be quite attuned to the needs of your pets so that you can make the best decisions for them. Try not to worry about the issues that are behind your pet’s behavior , whether it is physical, emotional or a health concern, try instead to focus on how best to make your pet feel as safe and comfortable as possible.

AQUARIUS (January 21 – February 19)

June will most probably be the best time to start a fitness regime for your plump pet. Just make sure that you talk with your pet’s veterinarian first before starting something too strenuous. Also, try to avoid outside activities when the sun is highest in the sky as the high temperature can lead to heatstroke and dehydration.

PISCES (February 20 – March 20)

Pisces pets will become little social butterflies this month and will have a chance encounter with a friendly, neighborhood pet. This encounter may lead to a lifelong friendship for your pet. Be sure to always encourage this type of extroverted behavior as it help’s your pet lead a more happy and productive life with you.

ARIES (March 21 – April 20)

Usually introverted and somewhat of a home body, Aries pets in June will want to tag along with you whilst you run errands outside of the house. However, they may shock you by displaying an assertive stance towards other people and pets. Do not confuse this with thinking that your pet is protecting you; he is actually showing how nervous he really is about being outside his comfort zone of his home. This would be a great time to enroll him into a pet socialization class.

TAURUS (April 21 – May 21)

June is brings a great time to change your pets routine, thereby allowing them to experience new surroundings and activities. On or near the 28th of June, you will be welcoming a few guests into your home. This may be a slightly stressful time for your pet so be sure to give them extra love. A few treats wouldn’t hurt either!

GEMINI (May 22 – June 21)

An increased amount of activity at home will cause Gemini pets to want to nap just a little bit longer in their favorite sunny spot. Don’t be too concerned as by the end of the month they will be back to their normal, inquisitive selves.

CANCER (June 22 – July 23)

This month, your relationship with your Cancer pet will reach new heights! In fact, your pet will even be putting her best foot forward. Utilize this by teaching your pet a new trick or by giving her a new toy to play around the house with.

LEO (July 24 – August 23)

Try not to alter your Leo pets routine this month, at least not until the 11th or the 20th of June. However, you should encourage your pet to get out and about towards the end of the month. He will enjoy a trip to a new dog park and will love all the attention lavished on him by other park goers.

VIRGO (August 24 – September 23)

This is the perfect month for your Virgo pet to make a few new friends. Set up a few play dates with your friends or neighbor’s dog. You may be quite pleased with the friendships that your pet will make. If this is not possible, then at least allow your pet to enjoy an adrenaline rushed moment around your house. Even Virgo’s enjoy a little bit of excitement from time to time.

LIBRA (September 24 – October 23)

Libra pets will be complete charmers this month! Watch out as they will be able to get almost anything they want from you, from an extra treat or two, to extra hugs. This is perfectly acceptable so lavish them with all that they want.

SCORPIO (October 24 – November 2)

Ultra sensitive this month, Scorpio pets will mimic your emotions and follow you around the house until they feel secure enough that everything is all right with you and with their home. Help them through this tough emotional time by giving them a lot of individual attention and care.

SAGITTARIUS (November 23 – December 21)

Boredom will quickly set in for the Sagittarius pet this month. Be sure to alleviate it by giving your pet plenty of playtime and exercise. This has the added benefit of bonding with your pet and getting some exercise in yourself as well.

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