born under auspices of the dog are honest, friendly and trustworthy. They
are protective, generous in their love and have a strong sense of justice.
They are also intuitive, good judge of characters and are able to figure
out human nature almost instantly.
Diplomatic they may be but they are equally fast with their razor sharp
barbs when slighted. Like the animal itself, they are homebodies who care
deeply for their families above else. On the negative side, dogs can be
overly judgmental and self-righteous. Nothing is good enough for the.
Their eternal quest for the right way at times ends in all consuming
depression or disappointment. Dogs find it hard to compromise and may
refuse to get off their high horses.
Famous people born in the Year
Of The Dog:
Alec Baldwin, Ana Torroja, Andie MacDowell, Andrea Bocelli, Angela
Bassett, Benjamin Franklin, Cheech Marin, Christiane Amanpour, David
Niven, Diane Keaton, Dolly Parton, Ethan Hawke, George Gershwin, Herbert
Hoover, Josť Carreras, Judi Dench, Julieta Venegas, Julio Franco, Kevin
Bacon, Lina Romay, Linda Ronstadt, Lino Martone, Liza Minelli, Lorenzo
Lamas, Luis Aparicio, Luis Miguel, Madeleine Stowe, Madonna, Mariah
Carey, Prince William, Queen Latifah, Reggie Martinez Jackson, Roberto
Clemente, Sharon Stone, Shirley MacLaine, Socrates, Susan Sarandon, and
Tommy Lee Jones.
The Best Love Match: Horse and Tiger
Dog and Horse: They will make a happy couple. Both respect each other and value loyalty highly.
Dog and Tiger: They have mutual respect to each other. When a balanced and harmonic relationship is established, they will adventure together to achieve a long term success.
Words of Caution: The Dog tends to have frequent conflicts with the Dragon. Both have strong and unyielding characters that happen to be hard to relate to each other. The Dragon is too proud to accept the Dog's caustic comments and critical approach. The righteous Dog will not give up and compromised.
People born in the Year of the Dog will do well as a businessman, activist, educator, social worker, counselor, doctor, police officer, scientist, interior designer, priest, nun, charity worker, nurse, Judge, or lawyer. Dogs are often seen as valuable employees, work well as a member of a team, and are also able to become an accessible leader.