Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Ox and Dragon Zodiac Signs.
Ox Years of Birth: 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021
Dragon Years of Birth: 1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, 2024
Consulting the Chinese zodiac before beginning a romantic relationship can save you a great deal of heartbreak. You Chinese horoscope sign can tell you much about your foibles, and those of your potential mate, which will help you avoid problems in the future.
If you are an Ox, you could not be more dependable. You likely did not start reading this until you had completely finished all of your work that you scheduled for today, and double checked your schedule for tomorrow. It is very like you to do your due diligence before plunging into a relationship, because you like to take things slowly. Emotions are stable and logical within you. Both love and anger grow slowly, and many people assume you are cold-hearted. The truth is, once you are sure of your love, you dedicate yourself completely, and once someone finally pushes you over the edge into anger, they do not want to be around to see the results!
You do not like to give up on things once you start, so it is a good thing that you do thorough research before committing to anything. You are an ideal mate for those calm enough to appreciate you, but those born under signs that thrive on excitement may find you dull. Although you find these people puzzling, with their disdain for methodical planning, you are also capable of admiring their energy and the way they embrace life.
If you have fallen in love with a Dragon, it is completely understandable. Dragons are magnetic and mesmerizing, and they command the attention of the room as soon as they walk in.
Dragons are used to being surrounded by admirers, so take no offense if they do not notice or acknowledge your attentions right away. Dragons are whirlwinds of energy, throwing themselves into anything or against anything with zeal. Dragons love life and challenges, and have a supreme confidence in themselves. As a result they often bite off more than they can chew and find themselves in a bit of trouble. Dragons always manage to pull it off, however.
Your differences are many, and this could be a frustrating union for both of you. Dragons make their own rules, while you are shocked at the idea that a person would defy expectations. A Dragon will likely not find you exciting enough to keep her attention, although she will admire your ability to stay on task and think before you jump into things. The two of you would make good business partners because Dragons handle risk well, and Oxen handle details, but in love it is doubtful if you will last long.
If the two of you love and admire each other very much, and are willing to make compromises and sacrifices, this union could work because you have complementary strengths. You will hold the Dragon back from overly foolish decisions, and she will show you how to break out of your rut once in awhile. It will take effort to maintain this, but as an Ox you are great at putting in effort.