How to Draw a Dog Paw Print

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A pawprint is a footprint left by a mammal - animals with fur and paws. You can learn how to draw a dog paw print with the help of this cartoon drawing guide. Pawprints can be left behind in many types of material, including mud, dust, and sand. Wet or muddy feet will leave prints on almost any surface - including the carpet... Read more

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... Read more

How to Draw a Wolf Howling

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The wolf is the largest of the wild dogs. The gray wolf or timber wolf can be found throughout Europe and Americas, and the Ethiopian or Abyssinian wolf lives in Africa... Read more

How to Draw a French Bulldog

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The French bulldog, sometimes called a Frenchie, is a smart and playful small dog. They stand about 12 inches (30 centimeters) tall and weigh less than 30 pounds (13 kilograms). Their lifespan is up to 12 years... Read more

How to Draw a Dachshund

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In German, dachshund means "badger dog." It traces its ancestry to hounds and terriers used to pursue badgers into their burrows. This iconic dog is famous for its short legs and elongated body. Dachshunds were developed in two sizes, standard and miniature, and stand up to 10 inches (25 centimeters) tall. They may have long or short fur classed as smooth, longhaired, and wirehaired... Read more

How to Draw a Poodle

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The poodle, also called a pudelhund or caniche, is a European dog breed. Developed as a water retriever, its characteristic grooming style was created to increase its efficiency in water. Poodles are very intelligent and have been used as working dogs in diverse settings, from hunting truffles to performing in circuses. The poodle has been bred in standard, miniature, and toy sizes... Read more

How to Draw a Tribal Wolf

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Tattooing is an ancient art that has been practiced since prehistoric times. When European settlers arrived in North America, many of their reports expressed surprise at the bodily decoration of the native peoples. Today, some people get tattoos with Native American-inspired designs, hearkening back to this history. These are often referred to as tribal tattoos... Read more

How to Draw a Pitbull

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American pitbull terriers were originally bred in Scotland, England, and Ireland during the 1800s. Their ancestry drew on breeds known for hunting wild game and restraining feral livestock. While still not recognized by the American Kennel Club, the breed was registered by the United Kennel Club in 1898... Read more

How to Draw a Pomeranian

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Pomeranians, also called Dwarf-Spitz or Poms for short, were named for the duke of Pomerania, a historical region in central Europe. Their ancestry can be traced to a common ancestor of sled dogs. It is said that they were bred down from a 30-pound sheepdog to their current size. They are classed as a toy breed, reaching a height of just 6 to 7 inches (15 to 18 centimeters) and weighing only 3 to 7 pounds (1.5 to 3 kilograms)... Read more

How to Draw a Chihuahua

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The chihuahua is a popular breed of small dog known for its sassy temperament. In fact, it is the smallest recognized breed, typically weighing 1 to 6 pounds and being about 5 inches tall... Read more

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