Aries Dog (March 21-April 19): The Leader of the Pack
If an Aries dog chooses to adopt you, make sure you have a lot of energy. The first sign of the Zodiac, they are spirited and vivacious with an antic sense of humor.
Never boring, you could lose 10 pounds with an Aries pooch
You will never be bored and they'll keep you constantly on your toes, literally. Given the choice, they would rather run than walk, so you'll probably loose a couple of pounds when you bring these spring babies into your household. Playful, entertaining and eager to please, their highest goal is keep their pet parents amused.
Charming but impatient
While charming, they can be pushy and a little impatient and not above a gentle head butt (Aries rules the head) to get your attention or to get a little scratch under their chin.
They do not want to wait for their treats, or anything else, really. They want everything right now, and if made to wait, they might take it out on your loafers, or the legs of furniture, just to let you know they mean business. Fearless, even if they're small (especially if they're small), they are not above fighting, and they're not intimidated by any dog, even a bossy Bullmastiff. Fortunately they're more bark than bite-just hope that the Bullmastiff is too! They are most compatible with pet parents who can handle their big personalities, preferably other fire signs, such as Leo and Sagittarius, or a cool-headed Aquarian.
Most desirable qualities: endearing, loveable, eager to please
Least desirable qualties: assertive, impatient, needs constant exercise