Rabbit Female and Dog Male

The Rabbit does have fine tastes in material goods, whereas the Dog men carefree canine has better things to devote his time and money toward. She is quite amiable, yet sometimes tends to be a bit needy. Rest assured, when she gets too clingy, he has no problem bringing it to her attention, and his ability to do so in a discreet fashion helps their relationship avoid many bumps. They respect each others space well and hence may be compatible and amiable to each others needs for a long time to come.

The Rabbit and the Dog make a fine match either when forming a platonic relationship or an amorous and sexual relationship. Although the Rabbit is shy and can easily be hurt or taken advantage of, the Dog’s loyalty will now allow this to occur and the Dog will attempt to protect the Rabbit according to Chinese Astrology rather than harming it or taking advantage of it. Because of the Dog’s honor and loyalty, Rabbits often feel loved and cared for when these two signs come together.

Rabbit Female & Dog Male Compatibility

You are a couple with good cooperation and frankness. Both of you are zealous in life and good at communication, and have clear goals. You are independent, and know to leave sufficient space for the other. The male dog is reasonable and generous. He has great expectations for the family life, but won’t seek after material comforts blindly. The female rabbit is tender, romantic and charming, and is able to grasp the dog’s heart quietly.

Both the male Dog and the female Rabbit appreciate a stable home life, and will work hard to establish one together. They are each the type that mates for life, and both will persevere in allowing the relationship to find its own level. Any anxiety attacks in the middle of the night will be quickly soothed, and both will achieve new levels of calm decisiveness through their mutually strengthening association with each other.

When his temper bursts forth, she will be able to smooth down his raised hackles before he causes any trouble for himself. It is not a question of whether these two will get married, but when they will do so, and whether there will be a cash bar at the reception or free drinks all around to celebrate the joyous occasion.

The best part about a Rabbit-Dog pair is that each will bring in the relationship what the other lacks and thus needs. For instance the Rabbit’s timid nature often leaves him/her at the mercy of more assertive partners like the Dragon or Ox or even of more boisterous signs like the Horse. The Dog on the other hand has a natural sense of justice and righteousness which will never allow him/her to take advantage of weaker creatures, much less of a loving and sensitive soul as that of a Rabbit.

Thus when in a relationship with the Dog, the Rabbit partner can be assured of a safe and supportive environment, one which is not only non-threatening but indeed encouraging of the Rabbit to express his/her likes and dislikes. And though the Rabbit is not particularly emotional in nature, he/she works best when assured of the material and social support of loved ones. The Dog with his/her staunch loyalties and capacity for hard work is sure to offer this kind of security to a Rabbit partner.

For his/her part, the Dog often suffers from bouts of pessimism. When the Dog is happy and peaceful, there is no one more fun and enjoyable to be with; however as soon as circumstances change for the worse, there is a profound effect on his/her mood and the Dog can become anxious, irritable and nervy. It is difficult for a self-important sign as the Dragon or an unimaginative one as the Ox to understand and empathize with the mercurial moods of the Dog.

However the Rabbit is far more accepting of the frailties of fellow humans and most of all, he/she has a fundamental kind and loving nature. Thus he/she is best placed not only to understand and cope with the frequent anxieties of the Dog which might have irritated or even scared away another partner but in fact even well suited to soothe the frayed nerves of the Dog on such occasions. Above all in their daily routine, the Rabbit will be able to bring about a much-needed positivity in the Dog’s life – the former will encourage the latter to explore the pleasures of good food, culture, arts and social company. In all these ways, the Rabbit will open up to the Dog the potential for joy and hope that exists in the world.

Rabbit Female and Dog Male Love Match

The relationship between a Rabbit and Dog is a very satisfying and fulfilling one. Both parties will only make reasonable demands on each other. The Dog admires the Rabbit’s charming ways and is very loyal even when the Rabbit is not in his best mood. The Rabbit feels secure and always relies on the Dog’s support and practical assessment of a problematic situation, since the Dog is the more positive of the two. As a complement, the Rabbit is always sensitive to know what’s bothering the Dog.

This union is set up for long-term success, with the Rabbit’s charm and diplomacy matching up well to the Dog’s honesty and agreeable nature. Although they will come together for activities that have a purpose, by nature both are cooperative and so will allow each other the freedom necessary to develop on their own. The materialistic Rabbit will need luxury, but the less materialistic Dog will understand. With so much understanding from both parties, they will see one another as unique, rather than possessing annoying quirks. They like to live quietly, and although not filled with excitement, it is one that will last.

The prime site of conflict between a Rabbit and Dog in a relationship might arise from the Dog’s emotional instability. In order to rise above their own pessimistic natures, this character constantly needs to be told by a partner how wonderful and special he/she is and only then do they really feel good about being in a relationship. When feeling unloved or neglected, the Dog can look for appreciation elsewhere and one thing can quickly lead to another. Since this personality depends so much on feedback from others, he/she is prone to straying in personal relationships – an eventuality that is likely to hurt a sensitive creature like a Rabbit very deeply.

Even when the Dog has no intentions of cheating on a partner, their tendency to brood and snap when things are going wrong can be extremely disturbing for the Rabbit who is as it is quite poor in coping with stressful situations. Thus when faced with the usual vagaries of life, the Rabbit and Dog couple may find themselves losing control and even blaming each other. While a more poised partner like the Snake or a stolid one like the Ox may have been able to retain a perspective of things, the Rabbit and Dog may be left feeling rudderless and unable to find any moorings in their relationship.

Another point of difference between the two maybe on what each finds pleasurable in life. The Rabbit is attracted to aesthetic pleasures and takes great delight in things like fine dining, high culture or stylish dressing. The Dog however is not really artistically inclined and may be less willing to share such pursuits with a Rabbit partner. At the same time the Rabbit is far more sociable than the Dog; the easy grace and charming conversation of the Rabbit makes him/her an extremely popular person in the social circuit. The Dog though blessed with high values and staunch moral can come across rather opinionated and argumentative at times – something that not really adds to his/her social appeal. Also the high-minded idealism of the Dog and its consequent inflexibilities may be difficult for the Rabbit to understand who is more easy-going and adaptable.

In the final analysis, though the Rabbit and Dog have enough to support each other in love and life. Each will bring his/her own brand of love and caring to the relationship, making it an emotionally and materially satisfying experience.

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