There's a reason your pet is acting strangely on Monday. Take the time to tune into his or her needs so you can do the right thing. Tuesday and Wednesday are great for exploring new places, but be sure your pet is welcome. Look for regulations about pets and follow them to the letter. Thursday through Saturday is a more relaxed period for you, so hyper pets might not be appreciated. They'll calm down eventually! Pursue short-term pet goals on Sunday.
Are you more concerned with your popularity than how your pet feels on Monday? Put your priorities in order. You know what's right for your own pet on Tuesday and Wednesday, but that doesn't exactly give you the right to tell other people what they should do with theirs. Be compassionate, not judgmental. If your travel plans between Thursday and Saturday include your pet, be as organized as possible. Leaving important papers or equipment at home could be inconvenient at best.
May 21 - June 21
June 22nd - July 22nd
Your pet's health should be a priority on Monday, including any kind of preventative treatment they should get. Tuesday and Wednesday are good days to try some extreme pet tricks, but always remember that safety should be your priority. Your pet is capable of some amazing stuff with the proper guidance. A pet-related plan might not go through exactly as you hope between Thursday and Saturday, but there's always another way. If at first you don't succeed, try again.
Try not to be overly possessive of your animal pal on Monday. Let everyone enjoy your pet's good nature! Tuesday and Wednesday you need some extra nurturing, and your pet gives you just what you need. Unconditional love is a wonderful thing. Thursday through Saturday can be a trying time, especially if your pet tends to be noisy or make irritating sounds. All should be back to normal by Sunday. If not, you might have to look into alternative training methods.
July 23 - Aug 22
Aug 23 - Sept 22
Your ego is connected to your pet's behavior on Monday, but their actions aren't always under your control. Try to have fun with your pet rather than dictate their every little move on Tuesday and Wednesday. Training should always be fun. Your animal pal can be a ray of sunshine in someone else's life between Thursday and Saturday, so be sure to seek opportunities where you can be of service. Sunday is a good day to put past pet issues behind you forever.
An interesting breed of animal captures your interest on Monday, but it's most likely just a passing fancy. Avoid the urge to add new animals to your household on Tuesday and Wednesday unless you've done thorough research and know for certain that they'll fit in well with other pets and people. A training exercise pays off between Thursday and Saturday, especially if you dedicate extra time to it. Nothing happens overnight, including changes in your pet's demeanor.
Sept 23 - Oct 22
Oct 23 - Nov 21
For some reason, you take offense at being called a pet "owner" on Monday. You think of yourself more as a pet "caretaker," and you don't mind saying so. Your pet has the ability to set the example for other pets' behavior on Tuesday and Wednesday. You feel extremely proud of your pal when they're at their best. An old pet issue arises on Thursday through Saturday, and the best way to deal with it is directly. You've been ignoring it too long.
You're a strong person, and you'll need to draw on that strength to get through a difficult pet situation on Monday. You're feeling very impulsive on Tuesday and Wednesday, so it wouldn't be surprising if you bought a puppy or picked up some new toys for an existing pet. Just remember that certain things aren't returnable! Thursday through Saturday are good days to conclude pet business and sign on the dotted line, but be sure you read all the fine print before you do.
Nov 22 - Dec 21
Dec 22 - Jan 19
Your pet's behavior might be slightly irritating on Monday, but instead of yelling, try to figure out the motivation behind your pal's actions. Something might be wrong with your pet midweek, so try to factor vet bills into your budget if necessary. Someone has more conservative pet views than you do on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and it's best not to get into it with them. Just agree to disagree. Teach an old pet new tricks on Sunday.
You observe a friend or neighbor with an unruly pet on Monday, which makes you appreciate your own all the more! Training your pet to do something specific seems like an impossible chore on Tuesday and Wednesday, but you're probably just going about it the wrong way. Your hard work has a better chance of paying off between Thursday and Saturday, so put all your effort into the training on those days. New people make your pet's routine more exciting on Sunday.
Jan 20 - Feb 18
Feb 19 - Mar 20
You and your pet have an audience on Monday, so get ready for some applause! You and your pet are good in groups of people on Tuesday and Wednesday, so joining a pet support or training group is a great idea midweek. Take some time to really tune into your pet's feelings on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. True, you don't speak the same language, but you can use your intuition to figure out what's really going on with him or her.
Your pet needs you to be in control on Monday, but you can't make up your mind. Your friends and family should be able to help you with difficult pet decisions on Tuesday and Wednesday, but be sure they have all the facts, not just your side of the story. If a friend owes you a pet favor, cash in on it on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday. There's nothing wrong with asking for help when you're in a bind.