Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Dog and Monkey Zodiac Signs.
Dog Years of Birth: 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018, 2030
Monkey Years of Birth: 1920, 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016, 2028
Your Chinese horoscope sign says much about your personality, and about your compatibility level with your lover.
Dogs are loyal people, and display the faithfulness of our dog companions. A Dog is willing to fight fiercely for his home and family, and enjoys routine rather than spontaneity. Dogs will stay by the sides of their loved ones unless grievously hurt. Monkeys possess a personality that is quite the opposite of the Dog's. A Monkey is passionate and flighty, and quick to lose interest in a lover or project. Monkeys are intelligent, cunning, and manipulative. You may get impatient with your partner's ever-changing interests if you marry a monkey, as Dogs prefer routine and stability.
Female monkeys are especially prone to using their attractiveness to get what they want. It is hard to tell if a Monkey really loves you, or is just enjoying the moment. Monkeys can be selfish and egoistic; putting their needs ahead of everyone else. This can be very hurtful to the loyal Dog.
Although Dogs and Monkeys are almost total opposites, they can share a romantic relationship.
Monkeys tend to become less flighty as they age, and become more interested in domestic concerns such as having children. Monkeys tend to be very fruitful. If you do truly capture the heart of a Monkey, she makes a splendid, passionate partner who will charm and amuse you. You will need to draw her out and get her to open up, so that she does not continue in her usual pattern of deceit and keeping secrets.
A Monkey can be a good partner for a Dog who otherwise would spend much time alone. Monkeys enjoy socializing and trying new things, which can shake up a Dog's routine and keep it from becoming boring and stifling. Being with a Monkey partner can be very challenging for a Dog, who prefers predictability and stability, but it can also have its benefits.
It can be difficult to maintain a stable relationship with a Monkey. If a Monkey is not ready to settle down, you will not be able to convince her to do so, and you will likely suffer heartbreak. If, however, your Monkey has gotten her youthful flightiness out of her system somewhat, and is ready to commit to you, you will find that she amuses and entertains you, and that her optimism balances your natural Dog pessimism quite well.
Monkeys rarely come to trouble as the result of their schemes, but your Monkey will need you to open up to. Monkeys tend to look down on others, and as a result do not let many people get close. Your Monkey partner will need you when she is ready to confide her hopes and fears, and your loyal Dog like nature will be ready to perform that service.
The truth is that it is difficult for the Dog and Monkey to have a stable union, but if both sides are willing to compromise, your opposite natures will balance each other well.