Puppy Coloring Pages
Do you have a dog? Did you adopt her since she was a puppy or you took them when she was big enough already? If your case is the former, then you must agree with me that all puppies are the cutest thing in this world hands down. If you plan to adopt one for your kids, you may want to start it with these puppy coloring pages. You know, just to get the kids familiarize with these adorable creatures. While they're coloring these printables, you can also tell them a few fun fact about puppy. They're more amazing and delicate than you think they are.
If you really want to print one of these coloring printables, you must be aware that they're all intended for personal use only. You must never use them in any commercial activity because you may violate the copyrights of the respective owners. Other than that, it's all good. There are more than 20 blank puppy printables that you can print and color with your children. You can either leave it to their own creativity and imagination or you can give them specific instruction regarding the proper colors for these puppies. It's all up to you. Check them out!
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Puppy Coloring Pages
Fun Facts about Puppy
- Let your pup sniff things before you! At 3 weeks old, puppies not only develop a keen sense of smell, but they're also pretty amazing sniffers. The percentage devoted to sniffing smells in a puppy's brain is actually 40 percent larger than humans — and they can smell things over a 1,000 times better than the average human!
- Every year in the United States, more than 5 million puppies are born. All of them are born are born blind, deaf, and toothless. That's why during the first few days after it's born, a puppy spends about fourteen hours of every day sleeping. There isn't much it can do with such limitations.
- The most popular dog breed in the U.S. in 2013 was the Labrador retriever. The second most popular breed in 2013 was the German shepherd.
- During the first week of a puppy’s life, it spends 90% of its days sleeping and 10% eating. A lot of growth happens during these first few weeks! By the age of one, a puppy is considered to be an adult. In human years, this is the physical equivalent of being 15 years old.
- Once your puppy begins to see, remember to not smile in front of it too often. Or else, it'll be scared of you for life. Many puppies mistake a human smile for aggressive behavior if the person shows his or her teeth when smiling.
- When a puppy is small, he needs to eat five small portions of food a day. Since he was born to nurse (and grazed as he felt necessary), you will need to teach him the proper portion control to avoid gorging his little tummy. As he gets older, he can survive on one to two larger feedings per day.