Dog personality traits Loyal, faithful, and true, people born in the Year of the Dog make the best of friends. As such,
they often inspire confidence in others and are always willing
to help those in need.
is not showy, and sometimes can be shy at social gatherings.
Their role is more apt to be as good listeners, and they usually
make good companions for the more demonstrative or gregarious
personalities of the zodiac.
worriers, Dog people can sometimes nervously bark and bite at those
around them, or become highly critical of others who do not
share their same highly developed sense of honor and duty.
Conversely, Dogs may become quiet, cool and judgmental with
loved ones who arouse their anger, but they will always remain
young Dogs are apt to find fault at every passing injustice,
the more mature will usually grow less anxious and take matters
far less seriously as they age. Their basic ideal of guarding
against the wrongs of society as a whole stays with them,
however. It is certainly always the Dog who can be relied
upon to speak up for the disenfranchised and downtrodden.
Dogs do not consciously seek out riches, but neither do they ever want for creature comforts. With their considerable talents and innate qualities, Dogs usually excel as effective social activists, teachers, nurses or doctors.