Pet Horoscope for Leo - July 24 to August 23
LEO (JULY 24 – AUG. 23)
SYMBOL: The Lion
THIS MONTH FOR LEO ( July 23-August 22) The Lion(ess)-is a fire sign that is fearless, energetic and demanding. So it's up to you, the pet parent, to give your pooch more spontaneous fun, especially this summer. Your tail-wagger is also an attention-getter, and enjoys the limelight. And Leos, like their symbol, the lion, may be impatient for your time and treats – but with a Top Dog guardian they can learn to chill. Your Leo dog is most likely a people and pet creature, social and outgoing. And note, Leo go dogs require a strong leader to follow and respect.
Grr-eat matches: Best owners and pets for the Leo dog are other action-oriented fire signs (Aries and Sagittarius), and adventurous Aquarius, your canine's opposite sign is a perfect pairing--pposites attract.
YOUR MONTHS AHEAD:
Relationships: Leo canines are more restless this month during the Full Moon on the 10th and they may crave more attention... A fellow dog or cat in your household or maybe a canine-pal of one of your friends or a family member will either make or break a bond. Go with the flow and let the tie either strengthen the pet-pet bond or diminish. Either way it will be okay for your social critter and you and life will go on.
Well-Being: Summer demands could put stress on your dog, but it'll tune out obstacles. True, you may feel like your pet is facing some challenge, whether it is pesky tourists or Labor Day Weekend fireworks-but you both will survive. In fact, by coping with seasonal novelty your dog will be more adaptable and an even a better-rounded canine ready to face autumn.
Highlights: Speaking of novelty, this is the month your best friend may get in a situation outside of its comfort zone. However, under proper supervision you may be surprised that you canine will adjust and do just fine. Remember to chill and be assertive--a good pack leader earns a good dog. This is the month that can enhance your Leo canine-human bond.
Dog-loving celebrity quote: "Why, that dogs is practically a Phi Betta Kappa. She can sit up and beg, and she can give her paw. I didn't say she will but she can." – Dorothy Parker (writer), August 22
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.