Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Dog and Dragon Zodiac Signs.
Dog Years of Birth: 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018, 2030
Dragon Years of Birth: 1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, 2024
You may be wondering what the Chinese horoscope has to say about your compatibility with the Dragon who has captured your desires.
As a Dog, you are loyal and true, preferring to stay home and guard the house and family than leave to pursue other goals. Stability is a necessity for you, and you need a lover who deserves your faithfulness. Unfortunately, the Dragon is not such a one.
A Dragon is magnetic, compelling, and highly sexual. Your Dragon probably stirred emotions in you as soon as she entered the room. Dragons have this effect on nearly everyone. Dragons love and crave power, and they will not fail to use their sexuality to their advantage. A loyal, steadfast Dog is not often won over by such flashy tricks and tactics as Dragons use, but when a Dog does find himself in love with a Dragon, he is set up for heartbreak. A Dragon's love of power and attention may lead to unfaithfulness, which cuts a loyal Dog to the quick.
There is much to admire in the Dragon; natural leadership, intelligence, and determination, among many other qualities, but the way a Dragon orders her romantic life is the complete opposite to what a Dog needs from his partner. Dragons are always seeking new heights while Dogs seek familiarity and Dragons lust after power and adventure while Dogs enjoy romance and security.
A Dog truly wants and needs security, which is something a Dragon is usually unwilling to provide. If a Dragon senses a chance to seize more power, whether it be in the form of money, a position, or attracting another admirer, she will usually take it at all costs, which may leave the Dog at home for many lonely nights, wondering if his spouse shows the same faithfulness as he.
There is little security with a Dragon; people are not as important to her as money, power, and control. If your Dragon partner can remain faithful to you, she will likely dominate the relationship completely, taking control of every aspect of your lives together, and expecting you to bend to her every whim. Refusing to do so may result in the most spectacular displays of temper-which are all part of the Dragon's manipulative tactics. Dragons are known to be tyrants who nevertheless manage to get their slaves to love them.
Although there may seem to be a compelling sexual chemistry in your relationship, a Dragon inspires lust in many. As a Dog, it is not likely that your needs will be met by a Dragon, who has a hard time giving up power for family and a hard time giving up adventure. A steadfast Dog is likely not exciting enough for the Dragon to inspire her to fidelity, which means the Dog will be prone to heartbreak. The Dragon, on her part, will likely be bored. If a Dog and Dragon are determined to make a relationship work, the Dog will have to compromise his calm nature to experience whirlwinds of activity, and be willing to submit to most of the Dragon's demands. The Dragon will have to learn fidelity, and be willing to sacrifice power for family on occasion.