Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Dog and Ox Zodiac Signs.
Dog Years of Birth: 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018, 2030
Ox Years of Birth: 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021
Your Chinese Zodiac sign can reveal a lot about your personality, and how compatible you are likely to be with other people. When assessing your potential for a romantic relationship, it can be beneficial to consult the Chinese zodiac.
As a Dog, you are faithful, loyal, logical, and have a strong preference for stability. When pushed too far, the snarling and growling begins, and you can have a sharp tongue as you do notice the faults of others. You remain steadfast, guarding your family and home ferociously, but you are prone to anxiety, which needs to be soothed by a supportive partner. Your penchant for pessimism makes you a wonderful protector because you are always prepared for the worst, but it can hinder your enjoyment of life unless you have an optimistic partner to balance you.
Oxen are just like their namesake: stubborn, stubborn, stubborn! What many people fail to realize is that Oxen refuse to budge because they have carefully thought out their courses of action beforehand, and their conviction in the righteousness and ideals is absolute. Oxen are intelligent, and rarely commit to the wrong course of action. They are loyal and persistent, never giving up until they have achieved their goal.
You will admire the strength and confidence of you Ox. You will appreciate that she is as faithful and hardworking as you are, and wonder why she never seems to be plagued by the same doubts. Oxen and Dogs both make logical, well-considered decisions, so it is easy for the two of them to live together.
It is true that once Oxen make up their minds they can be obstinate, and as a Dog you might find this puzzling. You are not so reluctant to change your mind if new information appears.
Dogs and Oxen have the same kind of intelligence. To other people, a Dog may appear stupidly loyal, with nothing going on inside his head, and likewise an Ox may appear stupidly wilful, refusing to think about anything. In actuality, there is a great deal of intelligence going on behind the scenes. Once Dogs and Oxen carefully and logically consider their choices, they generally commit to them.
The one thing to be careful of is disagreements. If your Ox disagrees with you, she must be fair in her arguments, or you will feel betrayed and unleash the anger and harsh words that lay below your calm demeanour. This is, of course, the worst thing to do with an Ox-the harder the wall you throw up in front of her, the less she will think, and the more she will bash against it stubbornly. The only time Oxen make rash decisions is when they are angry, and unfortunately they commit to rash decisions with the same intensity as rational ones. So you must avoid these kinds of volatile arguments at all costs by using compromise and sympathy for each other.
Dogs and Oxen make great partners because they agree on so many fundamental issues that often tear relationships apart. If they can avoid bashing heads, they are likely to have a stable life together.