Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Dog and Rooster Zodiac Signs.
Dog Years of Birth: 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018, 2030
Rooster Years of Birth: 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017, 2029
Your Chinese horoscope tells you a lot about your personality and that of your lover, which allows you to see if your match will be peaceful, passionate, or volatile. Consulting what the zodiac has to say about your union will allow you to avoid potential pitfalls.
As a Dog, you are happiest at home, with a steady routine. You are loyal and steadfast, guarding your love from all that would hurt her, but your logical mind puts you at odds with a flighty or impractical mate. You don't mind being pulled away from home once in awhile, but you are naturally pessimistic about change. If someone rubs you the wrong way and "uses up all their chances" you will snap, growl, and use your sharp tongue to let them know they have crossed the line.
Roosters are also logically minded. Roosters prefer things tidy and neatly organized, which will help the two of you get along. Your Rooster is likely to want things organized in a routine almost as much as you do, and is intelligent enough that you will both enjoy your conversations.
In general, a match between a Dog and Rooster is a happy one.
They like to live and organize their lives in similar fashions, which means there will usually be peace in the home. Problems can occur if your Rooster, who has a tendency to be outspoken, hurts you too deeply with her words. Roosters do indeed like to crow, and will trumpet just about anything to be the center of attention, so a misinterpreted or overheard word may wound you. Once you become defensive, the two of you may end up barking and crowing back and forth for quite a while. The Rooster is proud and slightly vain, and won't want to be the first to give in during a fight.
It is important to keep in mind that as long as a small amount of compromise during these conflicts will allow you to have a wonderful, stable long-term relationship where neither of you gets on the other's nerves too much. Roosters love to strut and preen, and your Rooster's penchant for fine clothing or her obsession with her appearance may bother you, as you won't see a logical point to the whole thing, but you should keep in mind that it is her nature. Don't be overly quick to point out her faults or she will respond with a sharp tongue of her own, and the battle lines will be drawn. Once a Dog and Rooster fight begins, it is likely to continue for awhile, since you both have persistent natures.
Don't let this deter you-fights should be few and far between because Roosters and Dogs think the same way about practical, everyday matters. Fights are not likely to come up often, so all you need to remember the odd time they do is that compromise is worth it to keep this wonderful, compatible mate that you have.