Don’t let your day get ruined! This Dog Butt Coloring Page will cheer you up and make sure that you’ll have a booty-ful day!
Let’s Color the Dog Butt Coloring Sheet
Hey there, doggy! It seems that you are looking the wrong way or you just want to display that booty-ful butt of yours? The cuteness of dogs is absolutely one of a kind, but let’s face it – this dog butt coloring sheet is just weird.
Most dog coloring pages showing how adorable and angelic their face is, but this doggy right here prefers showing its behind. Strange. Having a “ruff” time today? This dog butt coloring sheet is perfect to cheer you up and make you laugh.
How to Use the Dog Butt Coloring Page
There are a lot of ways to use this dog butt coloring page, but here are some of our favorites:
- After coloring the coloring sheet, you can put it to a frame and use it as a decoration. A weird decoration, but hey, we don’t judge.
- Use this after watching movies with dogs or some doggy-mentaries.
- Make a creative background! What do think you caught the attention of this doggy?
- Use the dog butt coloring page after a long tiring day from school or work to help you laugh and relax as your color.
- Gather some friends, order some pizza, and have everyone bring their favorite coloring tools for a Coloring Party!
What to Use with This Coloring Page
We love coloring because it is easy to be imaginative when it comes to bringing an image to life on paper. One of our favorite things about coloring is that you can use whatever materials and colors speak to your artistic needs. Pencils? Go for it! Markers? Absolutely, go ahead! It’s all up to what makes the artist happy when they’re working on this page so have a great time being creative with a variety of tools.
While we encourage you to use the coloring tools you like best, here are some of our favorites.
- Crayons – These may be simple coloring tools but they provide you with endless options. You can also color on a textured surface to get fun effects!
- Markers – Print it in a sturdy paper before coloring it with markers. You don’t want to let the markers’ bleeding ruin the table underneath!