How to Draw a Labrador?3 min read

Activities for Kids Nov 7, 2021



How to Draw a Labrador?3 min read

This article will help you learn to draw a Labrador dog. Children will love it, if you own a Labrador dog at home.With the help of their imagination, children can come up with great ideas about their own pets. They can also imagine their favorite things and make great drawing suggestions. This article will teach children how to draw a Labrador dog with floppy ears and big eyes. Once the drawing is done, the dogs have a wide variety of colors to choose from. They can also color themselves with their favorite colors.

Why Labrador dogs get along with your kids:

Aside from being a great companion, a Labrador is also very active and ready to play. This makes it a great choice for kids. Many of them can enjoy playing with a ball or a Frisbee while they’re around.
There are many reasons why dogs such as Labradors are great for families with kids. Aside from being sociable animals, they also have the necessary social skills to become a good fit with kids.

Labradors are very fur-free and can be easily groomed. They also require less grooming than other pets.
A Labrador is a loyal and dependable dog. It is also very friendly to children. Having a dog like this will teach them a lot about loyalty and discipline. It will also make them feel like they are loved.
Getting a dog for your home is an important step. There are a lot of things that you can do to make sure that it is a good fit for you and your family.

Let’s draw a Labrador

What is a Labrador?

The Labrador Retriever is a type of dog that was developed from fishing dogs imported from the UK. It is one of the most popular breeds in the world.

Fun facts about Labrador dogs

  • The Labrador Retriever is a dog that has been used in law enforcement, military, and rescue.
  • In general, these dogs are gentle and can be used as guide dogs.
  • A sporting dog is a dog that’s good at hunting and finding animals that have been killed by hunters.
  • Aside from the breeds mentioned above, other dogs include Irish setters and golden retrievers.
  • A Labrador Retriever measures about 24 inches tall. It has a short tail and thick fur at the base. It weighs about 60 to 80 pounds.
  • The Newfoundland and Labrador is a dog breed that originated in Canada before 1800.
  • It became the most popular dog in the US in the 1990s.

Materials needed to draw the Puppy

  • Drawing paper
  • Black Sharpie marker
  • Crayons
  • Ruler
  • Pencil
  • Eraser

Guidelines to help Kids draw

  • Having a visual reference point is very helpful for anyone who is learning how to draw.
  • Following the step of this article, it has a grid of lines, which are in vertical and horizontal directions.

Steps to draw

  1. Let’s start with drawing the guidelines.
  2. Use a pencil and a ruler to draw it.
  3. Now let’s work on drawing the Labrador.
  4. Draw a circle for the head of the Labrador.
  5. No draw the eyes on the head.
  6. Draw a nose and add highlight spots for it.
  7. Draw the mouth shape at the bottom.
  8. Erase the gray legs, add two ears.
  9. Erase the gray lines, add front legs.
  10. Add the back leg shapes and belly line.
  11. Finish the tail and grass line.
  12. Let’s use the marker to draw the outline.
  13. Now start coloring.
  14. Use your favorite color for the body of the Labrador dog.
  15. Color the sky blue and the grass green.


Drawing the favorite things will be memorable for everyone. Children develop observation skills while drawing their favorite things. Hope this article helped you with ideas and guidelines to drawing a Labrador dog.


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