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According To Your Zodiac, This Is The Type Of Dog You Would Be

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We all know that dogs are pretty much the purest souls on the planets.

Each breed has its particular quirks and characteristics that make it the special little creature we know and love. Just like people, pups have their own funny little traits.

Although we're all individuals, just like the zodiac - each breed has a particular set of qualities that makes it identifiable from the rest. If you were a pup instead of a person, what does your zodiac predict you would be?

Find out below!

Pisces (February 19 - March 20): Pug

Distinguished, yet dorky. Like the Pisces, these pups are capable of being sturdy and stable while being perfectly playful and clownish.  

Aries (March 21 - April 19): German Shepherd

Just like the Aries, these pups get into trouble if they're bored or inactive for too long. They desperately need exercise to stimulate their bodies and their minds!

Were you born in May? Find out what kind of dog you would have been!

It's fun to think of what might have been, especially when it comes to imagining what it would be like to be a dog for a day!

We've all got special qualities that combine to make us the unique people we are today. Astrology attempts to classify these qualities relative to the alignment of the stars and planets at the very moment we were born.

What we end up with is a complex picture of personality traits and quirks that define the choices we make in our lives. But what if you were born a dog instead? What breed would you be?

Taurus (April 20 - May 20): St. Bernard

Sociable and loving, these pups are calm, patient and gentle - just like the Taurus. Also like their zodiac namesake, they can be petulant and stubborn when they don't get what they want!

Gemini (May 21 - June 20): Weimaraner

Like the busy Gemini mind, these high energy, highly intelligent dogs can become quite hyperactive and destructive if there's nothing to occupy their minds!

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