While the concept of pet astrology may seem odd to many people, there are many people who believe that the date of birth of your pet, related to astrological signs of the planets, the sun, and the stars, have a significant impact on the basic behavior and mood of their pets. There are particular character behaviors that are associated with each zodiac sign for pets. These include all of the following:
Aries: Aries pets are known to be very active and also hypersensitive to the environment around them.
Taurus: Taurus pets seem to have a passive nature normally, but if they are ever caught in a fight where they need to defend themselves or family members, they will not give up a fight.
Gemini: Gemini pets tend to be extremely intelligent, so they are usually very easy to train. But their intelligence also means that they can require a lot of attention, and always need to be in the company of their owners.
Cancer: Cancer pets are extremely sensitive. Because of this, when they get attached to a person, they are loyal to that person for life.
Leo: Leo pets tend to be very independent and almost always end up leading the pack. These pets will be more difficult to train, as they won’t want you to take the role of leader. Be persistent, and the Leo pet will eventually succumb.
Virgo: Virgo pets have a multitude of wonderful characteristics and behaviors that make them perfect human companions.
Libra: Libra pets tend to be extremely easygoing. This means they will make fantastic family pets for families that aren’t very active. Unfortunately this also means that Libra pets are typically somewhat lazy and eventually get overweight without being forced to exercise.
Scorpio: Scorpio pets are extremely possessive of their owners. While this typically makes for an extremely loyal pet, it can also become a problem if the pet believes their owner is being attacked and they aren’t. They can be overprotective at times.
Sagittarius: Sagittarius pets make great pets because they are both fun loving and very intelligent. However, their energy level can be difficult for families that aren’t used to active pets.
Capricorn: Capricorn pets tend to remain very young at heart, and remain very playful even into their old age.
Aquarius: Aquarius pets are extremely intelligent, but for some reason that intelligence can come across as a level of stubbornness that makes them appear ill-tempered and sometimes difficult to handle.
Pisces: Pisces pets are very introverted and extremely gentle. However, their sensitivity means that they can easily sense the moods of their owners. This pet is perfect for people who are naturally calm, but not so good for people who can be very emotional.
Most people know that psychics can communicate with loved ones. Luckily, their gifts aren’t limited to humans. In fact, there are numerous pet psychics who can use their talents to connect with animals who are walking among us as well as those who have passed on.
Have you ever wished you could speak cat, dog or horse language? Although we have yet to find a real life Dr. Doolittle, a gifted pet psychic or animal communicator can be the next best thing: a way to find out what your pets are experiencing and see the world from their point of view. Animal communicators do not need to be physically present with an animal or use audible language to convey meaning. Instead, they use their highly developed intuition as pet psychics and empaths to perceive what’s going on in the animal’s consciousness and convey messages you would like him to receive.
Pet psychics generally have the ability to talk to animals of every species. Because their talents are not limited, pet psychics are an ideal resource for individuals who are grieving the loss of an animal companion. Speaking to a pet psychic can help you endure the process and move on with your life after your friend has moved on.
When your pet is sick or injured, an animal communicator can find out what your pet wants and needs to feel better, or to pass peacefully if the time has come. The pet psychic can empower you to take the right steps to help your pet in any situation.
With their talents, animal psychics can also prove to be beneficial to those who have pets that they simply don’t understand. If your companion appears to be in a constant state of depression or anxiety, a pet psychic can help you find answers and get to the root of their discomfort.
And, finally, if your pet is lost, a pet psychic may be able to help you find him. As in lost object readings, an animal communicator can perceive and convey images, smells and sounds that can help you pinpoint the location of your lost animal.
Similar to psychic mediums, pet psychics possess the ability to communicate with those who have passed. If you’re curious as to what your cat thought of your tender love and care as a pet parent, or just want to know how your dog is faring on the other side, speaking to a pet psychic can help.
With their talents, pet psychics can communicate with your dear companion once he has crossed over. Hearing just a few of his thoughts might be enough to help you get through the grieving process a little easier.
If you’re having trouble taming your hamster or continually face difficulties keeping your dog from chewing your shoes, a pet psychic may be able to help. With their gifts as animal communicators, a psychic can hone in on the emotions and thoughts of your four-legged friend. This might be able to help you get over your differences and live in harmony.
Speaking to a pet psychic is also a good way to fine-tune your pet parenting skills. Pets are extremely sensitive to the feelings and energies in the household. Talking to an animal psychic can help you understand how the turmoil you may be experiencing is affecting your beloved companion. Through the psychic reading, your animal companion might be able to give you valuable feedback to make his or her life a little easier, and address causes of stress you weren’t even aware of. Seeing the world from a beloved animal’s point of view can give you a whole new perspective not just on your relationship with your pet but on your human relationships as well.