2016 Chinese Horoscope : For Those Who Were Born in the Year Of The Dog

Presenting the Debrief’s 2016 Chinese Horoscopes for people born in year of the dog, covering predictions for your personal wealth, career, love, health and lots more (i.e. all the juicy stuff).

2016 Chinese Horoscope : For Those Who Were Born in the Year of the Dog

by Debrief Staff |
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2016 Fortune Collection and Reveal: For Those Who Were Born in the Year of the Dog

2006, 29 January 2006 - 17 February 2007, Dog

1994, 10 February 1994 - 30 January 1995, Dog

1982, 25 January 1982 - 12 February 1983, Dog

1970, 6 February 1970 - 26 January 1971, Dog

1958, 18 February 1958 - 7 February 1959, Dog

1946, 2 February 1946 - 21 January 1947, Dog

1934, 14 February 1934 - 3 February 1935, Dog

1922, 28 January 1922 - 15 February 1923, Dog

Those who were born in the year of the Dog, birth year 2006, 1994, 1982, 1970, 1958, here is the 2016 fortune prediction of annual career, wealth, love, health, marriage, lucky colour, aspects of good and bad luck.

Entering the year of 2016, the lucky stars of ‘Tian De Helper’ and ‘Hua Gai’ are present; everything will go smoothly. Your career and job will improve steadily – especially if you work in areas of innovation, design or writing. Your relationships with people who work for you and children will need working on – and try and perform most tasks yourself rather than delegating all your responsibilities to other people – it will lead to far less effort in the long run.

You may have disagreements with colleagues in 2016, but try and avoid bitching and infighting – it could lead to bigger issues in the long run.

Generally speaking, 2016 is a more relaxing year compared to last year and your wealth fortune is great. Be aware of the unlucky star of ‘Bereavement’. Pay attention to the health of elderly relatives and seek medical help for minor ailments straight away.

2016 Wealth fortune for those who were born in the year of the Dog

‘Tian De’ star is present this year which leads to stable fortune of wealth. Whether or not it’s possible to save, it depends on the birth month. Those who were born in the spring and summer (January to June on Chinese Lunar Calendar) should save when you can and plan your expenses accordingly. If you were born in the autumn and winter (July to December on Chinese Lunar Calendar) then you’ll be better off, financially. If someone born in the year of the goat suggests a business venture, it may be worth considering, as they will bring you luck. Don’t invest blindly but apply some analytical thinking to the matter before you decide. We advised individuals to wear a pendant of ‘winged mythical wild animal’ to boost the luck of wealth in all aspects.

2016 Career fortune for those who were born in the year of the Dog

This will be a good career year for you – with a decent job offer and potentially even a pay rise. Don’t let your team just go off and do things their way – ultimately you’ll be responsible for their mistakes.

Communicate often with colleagues and discuss any issues patiently. For those who intend to switch job, there is not much opportunity in 2016. Instead, stay where you are at your current company and seize the learning opportunity instead.

2016 Love fortune for those who were born in the year of the Dog

There is not much impact on love fortune in the year 2016. Men in relationships might decide to move on from their existing relationship when they meet someone new – just remember to end your existing relationship first, yeah?

Single men may find relationships developing from friendship and likewise, single women will get to know the opposite sex through friends – but try and avoid getting involved in a love triangle.

Individuals are recommended to wear a pendant of ‘winged mythical wild animal’ to boost the luck of love and marriage.

2016 Health fortune for those who were born in the year of the Dog

You shouldn’t face any major illnesses this year, you just have to watch out for minor illnesses and pains caused by your lifestyle (2016 = year of happiness = more social events). Avoid overeating to minimise high blood pressure, high cholesterol and sudden increase in weight. Be careful of nerve pain, toothache, sensitive skin problems etc. Make time for rest and exercise to keep your immune system in check, and take care of elderly relatives. Place a ‘Copper Herb of Gourd Mantra’ at home to resolve the evil spirit of ‘Bereavement.’

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