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(20 Apr – 20 May)
Taurus pets are well known for their cuddles and affection and love nothing more than to curl up with their humans and enjoy some creature comforts. You are pets that adore a good pampering, so prepare to strut your stuff in the sunnier months by ensuring you get yourself a lovely grooming session scheduled in. If your two-legged friends like to keep you pawfectly preened and presentable at home, they can check out these dog grooming and cat grooming tips.
Gemini (21 May – 20 Jun)
Gemini pets are curious and adventurous! Never one to be held back, you need a close eye on you just in case you accidentally scamper off into the distance or stray away too far from home. It might be worthwhile getting your family to invest in some pet GPS and be sure you have your microchip just incase you follow your nose a smidge too far. As much as we all love a brilliant story of pets being reunited with their two-legged friends, it saves us all a lot of worry if you don’t play Houdini to start with!
Please do check before taking your canine chum to the seaside, as many resorts only allow them on the sand at certain times of year (often October to February, i.e. in winter). You could also ask local dog walkers when you get there. There are no problems with the beaches listed previously as dogs are allowed on all four sandy beaches year-round. There are restrictions or small restricted areas for all except Hengistbury Head , however. In second place, Bradgate Park was originally a deer park for hunting, enclosed in the 12th century. Today it offers 800+ acres of greenery, river, reservoir, ruins of an old country house, paths, woodland and various different areas within easy access of Leicester city centre. Great for socialising puppies (and grown dogs) but, one word of caution, any unsteady dogs (potential ‘Fentons’) need to be kept on a short lead to avoid chasing the deer in certain parts of the park.
Coming in third place, family-friendly Attingham Park in Shrewsbury is an 18th-century stately home and estate run by the National Trust. It offers acres and acres of grounds and gardens for you to explore with your faithful friend. All well behaved dogs are welcome on the lead outdoors but only therapy dogs can access the indoor spaces. There is even a designated off- lead dog walking area for burning off that extra bit of steam! Now you know where’s good to go, why not grab the dog’s lead and head on out for some new adventures together?
Cancer (21 Jun – 22 Jul)
Pets with this star sign are very much a protective family pet. You’ll no doubt want to be near to everyone in your home, but don’t be afraid if they pop out and leave you behind for a bit… they’ll be back, don’t worry! You’re addicted to tummy rubs and undivided attention, but you also like the security of your own space. Felines may prefer a cat tower to climb all the way up to ‘keep watch’ but for a bit of peace and serenity, a den is always a good idea for a bit of escapism every so often.
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