How to Draw a Puppy?4 min read
When a child who owns a puppy is asked to draw, he/she would surely include a puppy in her/his own way in the drawings. Kids and puppies are such great bonds. So when you help your child to draw, helping them to draw their favorite things or even their pets help them imagine, observe and even come up with great readings about their own pets. This should blow your mind.
So, let’s see why a Puppy is so deeply connected to your child.
Kids love puppies. Expect your puppy to want to play with toys that are similar to those of your children. It is also a good idea to pick up the toys when you are finished playing. This is also good practice to prevent your puppy from accidentally eating or destroying toys. It’s also a good idea to give them a treat if they suddenly join in. It can be challenging to keep both a puppy and a child happy during this time, so we have some advice to help!
Handling Kids while they play with Puppies
- Give your puppy the gentle touch all the time to calm them down. They need to sleep undisturbed to avoid developing irritable or defensive behavior.
- A good way to see if a dog or puppy wants to have a stroke is to ask them! This is a simple and effective way to test if they would like to have a stroke.
- Sometimes, a puppy or child can be having a hard time dealing with certain emotions. This can be avoided by training and playing with your puppy in a safe and secure environment.
- Having the proper crate can help ensure that your dog can retreat to a safe area when it feels like it’s time to leave. This is because dogs tend to stay with their families when they feel like they’re being excluded.
- When your child or baby doesn’t reach or touch the puppy when it’s eating or chewing, it’s important to keep them away from the dog. It’s also a good idea to keep them away from the dog when they are playing with it.
- When your child is old enough, introduce them to play with toys and help with training. This will teach them how to safely play and build a bond with their new friend.
- When your kids are with their puppy, make sure to always supervise. This will help prevent them from getting distracted and seeing things get out of hand.
Let’s draw a puppy!
Tips for drawing
- One way to make shapes is by building them up with circles, rectangles, and squares.
- The other is to make them look like something that’s already built.
- Instead of starting with the square, circle, and rectangles, try erasing the lines that connect them.
- This will help avoid getting bogged down by with drawing too many whiteouts.
- This method works great for kids who are not very good at drawing shapes.
- Just make a simple silhouette and then attach the legs and tails.
Materials needed to draw the Puppy:
- Drawing paper
- Black Sharpie marker
Steps to Draw a Puppy
- Let’s start with drawing the guidelines.
- Use the ruler and draw the guidelines on the drawing paper.
- Now start drawing the puppy with a pencil.
- Let’s draw the back of the head.
- Now let’s work on the nose.
- Add the front with a pointy nose.
- Now draw the body of your puppy.
- Start drawing the front leg and belly.
- To complete the body, draw the back leg and tail.
- Now let’s work on the face of the puppy.
- Draw two ears, on the face.
- Draw the mouth, nose and eye.
- You can erase any extra marks on the drawing using the eraser.
- Let’s now draw a collar, front foot and toes.
- Now let’s draw a background for the drawing.
- Draw a horizon line and house.
- Time for coloring.
- Let’s color the puppy in Brown and light brown colors.
- Color the collar in red.
- Color the ground in green and the sky in blue.
- Color the house in red and brown.
- Your puppy drawing is ready.
It is always a great way to bring favorite things for your child to draw. This helps your child develop more observation skills. Hope this article helped you with knowledge about Puppy and child bonds. Also, try this exciting activity with your child.