If you were born between the following dates you are a DOG in Chinese Astrology.
Feb 14, 1934 to Feb 3, 1935
Feb 2, 1946 to January 21, 1947
Feb 18, 1958 to Feb 7, 1959
Feb 6, 1970 to Feb 17, 1977
Jan 25, 1982 to Feb 12, 1983
Feb 10, 1994 to Jan 30, 1995
Dogs are honest, intelligent and faithful. They can at times be extremely jealous of anyone who tries to share their affection. Dogs cannot handle any form of social injustice; they guard the interests of the public at large. Dogs are serious about their responsibilities and make good public defenders. Dogs are very intuitive, they can sense the "good guys" and the "bad guys" and low and behold if you're a "bad guy", they become snaring barking mad dogs. Usually they only snarl and bite when stirred or attacked on their turf. Dogs can be trusting and usually bring out the good in everyone they meet. Dogs are always asked to break the bad news, particularly to overly emotional or sensitive people. They have the ability to handle delicate situations and use their claming effect on others. Dogs are thoughtful and capable, but impatient when crossed. They match well with the Horse, Rabbit and Tiger.
This will be a productive year for the dog and many gains can be accumulated. You may also receive the deserved recognition that you want, especially in regards to career and advancement.
Do not allow opportunities to pass you by, nor should you volunteer your services without payment. The year of the snake will make this a busy communication year with many interviews, meetings, seminars, and group discussions.
New hobbies and amusements may attract you and you may start something you have always wanted to do. Close family and friends may take you into their confidence over something that has been bothering them for some time.
Something deep or long lasting will affect your partner and you may need to make changes in your environment for the good of those around you. Travel brings happiness for pleasure and profits for business. Health may need attention, especially teeth.
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