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2011 Dog Chinese Horoscopes

The Dog's Horoscope

Year of the Metal Rabbit
(Feb. 3, 2011-Jan. 23, 2012)

by Stephanie Dempsey

Dog Chinese Horoscopes

The Year of the Metal Rabbit's gentle energy will be soothing for the anxious Dog. At long last, this sign will be able to relax their fears and enjoy the creature comforts 2011 affords. Spending more time with friends and family should prove blissful for this Chinese sign. Dogs are pack animals, after all. Holding a big birthday celebration will be in the cards this year. You make a marvelous host, especially when you're honoring someone you adore. Providing guests with good food, fine wine and stimulating conversation will be one of the many highlights of this Rabbit year.

Overall, the Dog's health is expected be good. Stress-related illnesses should subside. Rabbit years are good times to conquer stomach pains, back strains and headaches. Preventive measures like meditation, guided imagery and yoga should prove effective. So will eating fresh, organic foods. This Year of the Rabbit will be a splendid opportunity for the Dog to improve their cooking skills; you'll have more time to prepare healthful meals than in years past.

2011 favors independent business ventures. Any Dog who wants to be their own boss would be wise to take the plunge in the Year of the Metal Rabbit. Money from investors and lending institutions will be readily available. Of course, you'll have to fill out paperwork thoroughly to get the necessary financing. Rabbit years demand tremendous attention to detail.

Hobbies will also likely play a big part in the Dog's life throughout this Rabbit year. Playing music, painting landscapes and writing stories will bring out the best of this Chinese zodiac sign. Now that the leisurely Year of the Metal Rabbit is here, even hyper-vigilant Dogs should be able to relax and unwind!

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