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More serious and deliberate than most, it's likely that the Capricorn pet will live to a ripe old age. Why? Well, for one, there's no risk-taking behavior going on with this pup. The Capricorn pet will plod along, amusing itself by watching the other animals as they play to their heart's content.

What keeps this animal happy is helping out and working hard. Need that paper fetched? The Cap dog will do it daily. Want those barnyard animals to stay in lock step? The Cap horse will see to it that everyone stays together. Stable and serene, the Cap pet will appreciate a comfortable home and a happy family. These animals won't need much exercise, either -- for them, work is exercise!

This is an animal that really loves to feel needed, so don't be reluctant to dole out those chores. Very self-controlled, the Cap pet is easy to house-train and will know the importance of following the family rules. Self-reliant as well, this is a pet that will do just fine back home while Mom, Dad, and the kids take a family trip. While the Cap pet doesn't need much touch or love, it does like to be neat and clean, so brush this pet regularly. Watch their bones and teeth, too, as these areas may require special attention.

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