Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Horse and Dog Zodiac Signs.
Horse Years of Birth: 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014, 2026
Dog Years of Birth: 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018, 2030
If your Chinese zodiac sign is the Horse, you might be wondering how compatible you are with people born under other signs. The Chinese horoscope is very detailed, and has much to say about your personality, your lover's personality, and how smooth your union will be. Every relationship has trials, and the zodiac can help you see where compromises should be made in order to have a long happy marriage.
As a Horse, you can be a bit flighty. Your emotions lead you, but since your intuitions are often correct, you don't get into too much trouble that way. You wear your heart on your sleeve in relationships, and can sometimes be painfully blunt. You gallop into things with passion and power, although you sometimes get distracted prior to the completion of a task. Although you do not have a memory for details, you are good at handling money, which serves you well. You are passionate when in love, and can woo just about anyone with the intensity of your affections. You enjoy socializing, and can often be found at the center of attention. You don't like to miss parties or be "out of the loop" socially.
Dogs are loyal, steadfast people. The Dog who has caught your eye is probably fierce in her defence of those close to her. Dogs are givers who want to protect their loved ones.
Dogs feel better when they are close to home and family, and do not really have higher ambitions than that. They are contented if their loved ones are close by and safe. Do not try to woo a Dog with material objects, because she doesn't care for those. Although she would appreciate the gesture, she would rather spend some calm, peaceful time with you, one on one. Dogs will respond sharply when threatened, and bring out the heavy ammunition during fights. A Dog's natural pessimism often keeps her from venturing beyond the safety of home.
Horses and Dogs balance each other well in relationships. You will encourage her to step out of her safety zone and make new friends once in awhile, and she will teach you that you can enjoy life even if you stop galloping for a few minutes! Her pessimism will help keep you safe, and your emotional intuition will help her learn to take a few chances. She will be great at handling domestic details, and you will work hard to turn opportunities into successes.
The only problem that may crop up is your wanderlust. You may feel a little trapped if your Dog doesn't let you wander a little, and get out for some fun. If you feel too stifled, boredom may set in and your wandering eye could lead you astray. You do not want to do this, because it will deeply offend your Dog's sense of loyalty, and you will soon realize that her bite is worse than her bark! Dogs don't forgive deep wounds easily. If you love her enough to truly commit yourself, you will stop yourself from straying in order to keep the wonderful love the two of you have, and this will be a union with great potential.