How to Draw a Dog Biscuit

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Dog biscuits are a common sight in dog owners' pantries. Yet these protein-packed cookies were originally created by accident.

Legend has it that a London butcher in the late 1800s was attempting to make a new biscuit recipe for his human customers. He tasted his creation, disliked it, and promptly threw it to his dog.

The dog loved it, and it gave the butcher the idea of marketing a biscuit just for dogs. He made it in the shape of a bone, and they began to sell. In 1908, the idea was introduced to the United States.

Dog biscuits are often formed in the shape of a bone - a rod with two knobs at each end. Milk-bone is a popular brand name, and for many years it was the only producer of commercial dog treats.

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Others are iced and decorated like fancy cookies. Don't be fooled, however - these cookies are meat flavored, not sweet. Some people even make homemade dog biscuits.

Would you like to draw a cartoon dog biscuit to show your favorite animated pooch how much you care? Follow the step-by-step instructions of this unique cartoon dog treat drawing tutorial. You'll need nothing but a pen, pencil, marker, or crayon.

If you liked this tutorial, see also the following drawing guides: Anime Dog, Dog Bone, and Bull dog.

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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Dog Biscuit

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1. Begin by drawing a curved line to form an incomplete rounded shape. This is one of the knobs at the end of the dog bone. Then, draw a long curved line to begin outlining the middle of the treat.

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2. Draw a curved line across the top of the knob to indicate its cylindrical shape. At the opposite end of the doggie treat, use a curved line to enclose the incomplete round shape of another knob.

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3. Draw a curved line across the knob drawn in the previous to indicate its cylindrical shape. Then, use a curved line to draw another knob beside it.

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4. Draw the remaining knob and the top of the shaft, using a curved line for each.

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5. Draw a straight line down the length of the shaft to give the cookie a three-dimensional appearance. Draw curved lines across the ends of two of the knobs.

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6. Draw curved lines across the remaining knobs. Then, texture the biscuit with small ovals.

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7. Draw more small ovals on the front of the cookie. Then, use curved lines to outline the letter "G."

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8. Continue outlining letters to spell the word "GOOD."

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9. Outline the letters "DOG."

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Color your cartoon dog biscuit. Bone-shaped biscuits like this one may be brown in color, or dyed orange, red, green, or other colors.

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