Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Dog and Rat Zodiac Signs.
Dog Years of Birth: 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018, 2030
Rat Years of Birth: 1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020
Learning about your Chinese horoscope can give you valuable knowledge about yourself, and if you know the sign of your partner, you can evaluate your compatibility and avoid possible pitfalls in your romantic life. Every relationship has potential problems, and the better you know your partners tendencies, the more likely you are to have harmony.
Your nature, as a Dog, is to be loyal and protective of your loved ones. You prefer a stable and predictable routine, and do not care much for wealth or material objects. You are prone to pessimism and bouts of anxiety, so you need a partner who will act lovingly towards you and pull you out of dark moods. Your logical mind dislikes unnecessary luxuries.
If your partner is a Rat, you and she will have many things in common. Like Dogs, Rats have only a few close friends. Both signs may have many friendly acquaintances, but they are choosy about who they allow close to them. Rats in particular do not tend to confide in others, and keep their worries and doubts to themselves. A female Rat may find herself in turmoil due to bottling up her emotions, and you will need to convince her that she can trust you. Luckily, your loyal nature will be up to the task. The two of you will also have in common a need for privacy, and a Rat is unlikely to become clingy.
Rates are smart and quick. They are also perfectionists. Although your Rat may have to conquer her desire to live in the moment, she will not be satisfied unless she has done something thoroughly and well. Your logical, dogged nature will appreciate this quality. Rats can be successful in business, but have a weakness with money. As a Dog, you will be the more practical minded and less tempted to spend, so it is advisable for you to control the family finances.
Rats are rarely romantic, but they are still sensual and loyal to their families. You will likely appreciate your Rat's loyal nature, but you may have to communicate clearly when you need some love and support. Your Rat will not hesitate to give you what you need; she may simply be unable to realize that you need it without being told.
Since Rats have a hard time sharing their feelings, they are prone to outbursts when it all becomes too much. Although this may seem irritating or overly dramatic, it is simply the Rat's nature to let this all go at once. Female Rats may be more prone to these outbursts. If you see this as a rare bonding opportunity with a Rat, it will be easier to weather the storm. These rare outpourings of emotion will be the times that you get a glimpse of what the Rat is really feeling, and when you get an opportunity to figure out what she needs from you in order to be happy in the relationship.