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Year of the Lucky Rabbit

Year of the Lucky Rabbit

Lunar New Year is January 22, 2023, and this year is the Year of the Rabbit! To honor this special transition of the seasons, the calendar, and new resolutions, please help us welcome the (Year of the) Lucky Rabbit Knottie®. She is brand new to HuggleHounds® this season. Made with a beautiful red & white patterned robe and paired with irresistible white HuggleHounds® plush corduroy, there’s no better way to celebrate the season than with this limited edition offering.

Learn more about the Lunar New Year and what it means to be born in the Year of the Rabbit below!

Why is it called Lunar New Year?

Lunar New Year is a celebration of the arrival of spring and the beginning of a new year on the lunisolar calendar. The holiday is sometimes called the Lunar New Year because the dates of celebration follow the phases of the moon. Every year is represented by one of the 12 zodiac animals. It’s said those born in that year will have determining traits that will help define who they are.

What are the 12 Zodiac Signs?

The 12 signs, in the following order, are Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig. Each sign has its turn every 12 years. So if 2020 was the Year of the Rat, then the Year of the Pig won’t occur again until 2032!

Year of the Rabbit

2023 is the Year of the Rabbit. According to astrology, those born in the Year of the Rabbit are predicted to be gentle, quiet, and alert. They may also develop traits like being skillful, kind, and patient. It’s said they’re hesitant to reveal themselves, preferring instead to escape reality, but they’re faithful to those around them.

Maybe you’re expecting a 2023 puppy who will inherit some of these admirable traits, or you have an older pup with whom you share these identifiers. Either way, it’s fun to think about how we’re born to be who we are and who we make ourselves to be.

lucky rabbit knottie

Enjoy the Lunar New Year with Your Pup!

Whether you bring home a new puppy in 2023 or have a 12-year-old pup who’s a gentle giant with a playful heart of gold, you may actually have a ‘Rabbit’ on your hands. This Lunar New Year, celebrate your pup the best way you know how: love and affection, treats and walkies, and of course, new friends to play with!

The Year of the Lucky Rabbit Knottie® is new to our family, so be sure to welcome her into yours. She’s Limited Edition and perfect for snuggling up with this January. We’ll see you in 2031 for the Year of the Dog!

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