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Dog 2022 zodiac horoscope: What your Chinese zodiac sign means for you this year

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Dogs (born after the Chinese New Year date in 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018) have better fortune for 2022, but they could still have some bad luck in their career, finances and health this year. Love probably isn’t on the cards for 2022 either. Express.co.uk chatted to Marites Allen, Celebrity Feng Shui and Chinese Zodiac Expert (@maritesallen on Instagram) to find out what the dog horoscope is for 2022.

Overall forecast

This overall forecast is valid for this year 2022 (Year of the Water Tiger) starting from February 1, 2022, to January 21, 2023.

There will be a significant improvement in your fortune this year, dog!

Marites added: “You will also experience a harmonious connection, which will remarkably contribute to your desired total income.

“Enhance the Northwest corner of your home and office with wealth symbols, or bring with you the windfall and success amulet – you will be surprised with the great prospects it can bring you this year.”

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Wealth

Your lucky star will bring favour in the form of talent and innovation, which will greatly help your creativity.

This new talent will land big wealth for you, according to Marites.

However, she warned: “If you are into business, you may become very difficult to associate with and will likely not take comments and suggestions from other people.

“There is a chance that you may lose a certain amount of wealth you own.”

Health

The unlucky stars visiting you this time could cause accidents and injuries, Marites said.

She explained: “The afflicted energy could be responsible for emotional meltdown and serious mental breakdown. To avoid this, learn to stay positive.

“Remain focused and remember to engage in meditative activities to maintain your good mood.”

Perhaps get some therapy, be more physically active and keep an eye on your diet and what sort of content you’re consuming online.



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