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The Dragon and the Phoenix are the two of the most powerful symbols of success and prosperity in Chinese mythology, considered to be the ultimate symbol of love and marital joy.
Dragon is the 'yin' while Phoenix is the 'yang', a perfect balance that is needed for a successful married life. When both the Dragon and Phoenix come together, they symbolize love, harmony, and togetherness.
Drakon is the personification of the Dragon.
Drakon is very protective of his girls and his puppies. He is quiet, content to just sit in his humans' laps. He loves to play fetch in the yard and goes crazy over pumpkin flavored treats.
The Dragon symbolizes 'man' and the Phoenix symbolizes 'woman'. When both the Dragon and Phoenix come together, they symbolize love, harmony, and togetherness.
The Phoenix is the 'yang' to the Dragon's 'yin'
It signifies that the man and his spouse will stay together come what may and support each other through thick and thin. Their love and passion will last forever.
Phoenix is our outgoing queen bee. She must be the center of attention and everything is done on her own time. She is a very sweet nurturing momma, being very patient and teaching with them. Her favorite treat is fresh strawberries!
Lotus in Bloom
The Lotus is one of the most significant flowers in the Chinese culture. It symbolizes the holy seat of Buddha.
Because the flower rises from the mud and blooms in exquisite beauty it symbolizes perfection and purity of both the heart and mind. It also represents long life and honor. The Lotus is known as the gentleman’s flower because it grows out from the mud, pure and unstained.
In a man’s name indicates he is either a Buddhist or connected to Buddhism. While in a woman’s name it is a wish that she be pure and respected in bind, connect as in marriage, one after another, uninterrupted ; to "love".
Lotus is very playful and free spirited. She loves her chest scratched and playing in the water hose. She is a overprotective momma, hovering about to ensure everyone is getting along and is safe.
A type of Japanese sword, having a single edge and slight curvature, historically used by samurai and ninja.
Long before the modern-day archetype of the male samurai warrior, Japanese history was dominated by powerful female samurais. Known as the Onna-Bugeisha, and they were highly educated in science, mathematics, and literature. Female warriors were in the noblest class of feudal Japanese society.
Empress Jingu personally organized and led a conquest to Korea in 200 AD after her husband died and she claimed the throne for herself.
Tomoe Gozen was described as a woman of incredible beauty, intellect and battle skills. She was a perfect archer and horse rider, a master of the katana and a very competent politician. Her abilities in combat were equal to those of the greatest samurai of her time, and her prowess as a general was renowned throughout the country. The master of the Minamoto clan has always pointed Tomoe Gozen as the first true general of Japan.
Katana, the baby of our pack, is very independent and schedule oriented, letting the humans know if they are a minute late with feedings. She demands attention when she is feeling left out, but then runs to do her own thing. She loves swimming in water bowls and stealing rocks from Lotus' rock collection.