Pet Horoscope for Capricorn - December 22 to January 20
CAPRICORN (DEC. 22 – JAN. 20)
THE SYMBOL: The Goat
Chances are good that this is the month that your dog will get what dreams are made of-indeed your best friend's dog dreams may come true. Cappie canines, an Earth sign tagged as aloof, strong, and patient can warm up this month.
Relationships: Chat It Up. This is the month for you to voice your feelings to your dog and get a response. It may take a while for your Capricorn canine to open up but it's certainly possible. Thanks to a number of planets in Leo, passion may soar between you two or even a pet in your home will give in and Cappie will come out of its protective shell. If you scrutinize your dog, you may be pleasantly surprised this month before it's over and have a more loving pet to love.
Well-Being: Cappie canines can have nervous energy. If you took your dog to the vet recently you may want to have a re-check for peace of mind. Also, don't forget this is the month before fall hits, so chilling with Capricorn is something that'll keep you both fulfilled body and spirit. Whatever is your dog's fave interest-snuggling outdoors on the lawn or waking up next to you in bed, give in more to help you both stay cool and calm in this active month that calls for R&R.
Highlights: While a holistic approach will help to Goat canines feel good, getting away is good medicine, too. If you've gone to a dog-friendly place, including a hotel to campground-do it again this month. Your dog will be thrilled to go with. When dog and human are happy anything goes. You both will come back home wagging your tails with joy in your hearts and memories.
Dog-loving celebrity quote: "The average dog is a nicer person than the average person." - Andy Rooney (60 minutes, commentator), January 14
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.