Pet Horoscope for Pisces - February 20 to March 20
PISCES (FEB. 20 – MAR. 20)
THE SYMBOL: Two Fishes tied to each other swimming in opposite directions
Thanks to the universe will be kind to touch-feely Pisces-a water sign noted for devotion, intuitive and a sweet temperament-and promises only a few bumps, but overall smooth sailing without too much turbulence.
Relationships: Find affection or let it go. Thanks to a myriad of planets this month, you'll help your Pisces dog solve domestic issues. If it isn't getting along with a human there may be change on the horizon. Either the two-legger will cave and befriend your canine or the hound will win and the human will move on. Either way, both you and your cat will be much happier. Count on it-before the 31st rolls around.
Well-Being: Once your sensitive pooch finds peace so will you. But note, the potential conflict earlier in the month may have affected your pet's behavior. A call to a dog trainer could be in order to keep order in your happy home. It will be nothing that a visit (or two) can't fix. Please be aware of any dog behavior changes because these could be cues that your help is needed to make everything smooth sailing once again.
Highlights: Fish dogs will have a rocky month and it's up to you to be the rock. As soon as you get what the problem is, you two will deal and get back on track. By tuning into your animal friend it will help you pave the road for a sweet pre-autumn that'll lead to happiness. Remember, Pisces has the sixth sense so do not tune out your dog's signs that something just isn't right.
Dog-loving celebrity quote: "I've seen a look in a dogs' eyes, a quickly vanishing look of amazed contempt, and I am convinced that basically dogs think humans are nuts." – John Steinbeck, February 27
About the Author
Cal Orey, M.A., is a popular internationally known author-intuitive who writes about health, nutrition, science, and pets. She is the writer of the successful Healing Powers Series-Vinegar, Olive Oil, Chocolate, Honey, and Coffee--published by Kensington. Also, she dishes forecasts for people around the globe, pens a monthly Earth Changes column, and is a guest on national radio shows. Orey shares her home with a Brittany, Australian Shepherd, and Siamese-mix. She lives in northern California. Her website is www.calorey.com.