Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Dog and Rabbit Zodiac Signs.
Dog Years of Birth: 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018, 2030
Rabbit Years of Birth: 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023
If you are wondering about your compatibility with your mate, it helps to consult your Chinese horoscope sign. Potential conflicts and arguments become clear, allowing you to avoid them, and promote harmony within your relationship. Here we discuss the compatibility of the Dog and the Rabbit.
As a Dog, you need a partner capable of giving you support and romance for when you feel anxious and insecure, and one who has a cheerful outlook to counter your natural pessimism. You have a loyal nature and feel that everything is just as it should be when you have a stable, predictable routine and get to stand guard over your family. You prefer to avoid taking risks, and you logically think things through before taking action. A partner who is too wild and flighty will baffle and annoy you, and one who pushes you too far will bring out the snarls and growls.
A Rabbit has a sweet and gentle nature. Rabbits are the happiest creatures in the Zodiac. Although Rabbits are social, they do have insecurities and need to be reassured. Rabbits are very sympathetic to others, and can easily be moved to tears when hearing about another's misfortunes. Because they are so good at feeling the pain of others, they are unlikely to inflict pain upon their partners.
Rabbits are very timid people, so if you have a Rabbit for a partner, you will be able to exercise your protective, guide Dog nature. You will appreciate your Rabbit's caution; she won't like to take action until she has weighed the pros and cons, and your logical advice will be very helpful to her.
Although Rabbits mean well, they often have a hard time finishing what they start. Your Rabbit will benefit from your Dog-like nature-you like to stay the course and develop a routine, which is helpful for completing projects.
Rabbits do not always settle down well in a family situation, and may prefer interacting with friends. You can avoid having this problem because the Rabbit will be impressed and inspired by your loyal nature. Although Rabbits do not have much of a maternal instinct, your Rabbit partner will not shirk her duties to your children so you need not be concerned.
Rabbits are peaceful creatures who despise conflict, so you will need to be gentle with your Rabbit if you ever need to discuss a problem. She is likely to turn tail and flee rather than admit there is an issue, so approach her gently and calmly. Allow her time to think before she responds, and don't press her too much, or you will end up chasing her all over the house, trying to get her to talk to you. Simply be patient, and you will have constructive discussions rather than arguments.
Overall, Rabbits and Dogs tend to make great lifelong partners, as they get along naturally.