Dog people are honest, faithful and sincere. They respect tradition and value honor, and enjoy helping people. The Dog is very righteous, and always is the first to speak out against injustice. Dog people are not good at socialising with friends, and they rarely shine in company, but they are intelligent, caring and a good listener. Loyal, faithful and honest, they have the most profound sense of duty. You can count on them and they'll never let you down. And as a good listener, the Dog is also very reliable in keeping secrets for others. They simply don't like to gossip.
The Dog is an agreeable companion - when they are in a good mood. But when panic strikes, they can turn nasty, and bark till they are tired. They can be judgmental, defensive and picky if you rub them up the wrong way, but as long as you know how to pet and massage them, the Dog makes absolutely the best and most honorable companion on earth.
Dogs are born old and get younger as they age. They take everything very serious. You may hear the Dog complains a lot about street lamps, about traffic, or about weather, but as they get older, the less they take their own criticism seriously. The loyal Dog makes a splendid captain of industry, a priest, an educator, a critic, or a doctor. But whatever their career, it'll have in them a spokesman whose ideals will be profound and often original.
When the fear becomes reality, Dogs go a little crazy. The Dog enters a relationship where they are the giver and the partner is the taker. They are usually very generous and loyal, and in love, they are honest and straightforward. But they will have romantic problems all their life - it's their own fault, really: they lead themselves by their emotional instability and their eternal anxiety. They are a worrier.