Dogs Free Coloring Pages to Print


Dogs coloring pages are for you and we have collected very cute animal pictures for you. Domestic and wild dogs can be people's best friends. We know this, We have carefully prepared dog coloring pages for kids and adults. Prepare your coloring pencils before you start painting. We leave you free in terms of color, but we will make styling with the main colors such as gray, black, brown, let's not forget that. Now let's look at dog worksheets and information about them.

Dogs Coloring Pages (Free Printable)


Cute Dog


Spotted Puppy


Terrier Dog


Cute Puppy


Tomtom puppy


Lady puppy


Running Dog


Big Eyed Dog

According to the lists of the FCI (Fédération Cynologique Internationale), there are 360 dog breeds identified in the world.


The Affenpinscher, also known as the "Monkey Terrier", is a German dog. The Affenpinscher, a small dog breed, was formerly used to hunt rats on farmland in Germany. The breed was nearly extinct during the two world wars, and has since been tried to be revived by breeding.

Airedale Terrier

The Airedale Terrier, the largest dog among the terrier breeds, originated in England. The Airedale Terrier began to be produced in the 1800s as a cross between the now extinct Old English Black and the Tan Terrier. The average length of the Airedale Terrier, which has a very high hunting and protection instinct, varies between 58 and 61 centimeters.


Although the origin of Akitas, which also has subspecies such as Akita Inu and American Akita, is not known, it has been determined that their lineage dates back to 500 BC. However, specific Akita species date back only 250 years. Akitas were also known as the Odate Dog, taking their name from the Odate mountain region on Honshu Island, Japan. Thanks to their water-resistant feathers, they began to take their place as a friend of fishermen. Over time, Akitas began to be used as cattle dogs, guide dogs for the visually impaired, sled dogs and police dogs. In addition, dogs are entrusted to children as babysitters.

Alaskan Wolf

Large, strong and active dogs, the Alaskan Wolf was bred to carry heavy loads over long distances. Unfortunately, the average lifespan of this affectionate dog breed ranges from around eight years.

German shepherd dog

Their ancestry dates back to 1899, which is relatively recent than most dog breeds. The German Shepherd Dog has a lifespan of eight years, but with good nutrition and care it can live up to 10-12 years. It is a very loyal dog breed. It is also a pioneer in tracking and guarding duties.

American Cocker Spaniel

Cocker Spaniel, a subspecies of the Spaniel Family, is divided into two as American and English. The American Cocker Spaniel has an average lifespan of 12 years, but can grow up to 14 years if well cared for. A dog breed that gets along well with other pets.

Australian Cattle Dog

The Australian Cattle Shepherd Dog, which started to develop in the 1830s, is a very hardy dog breed as it has evolved to adapt to the harsh nature of Australia. The Australian Cattle Dog is produced from the cross mating of five different dog breeds. These dogs, whose average lifespan is 15 years, can live up to 20 years when well cared for.

Australian Shepherd Dog

The Australian Shepherd Dog gets its name from the fact that it is the dogs herding Australian Merino sheep. Australian Shepherds, which are very loyal and agile dogs, have a lifespan of 13 to 15 years.

Australian Silky Terrier

Australian Silky Terrier, born as a cross between Australian Terrier and Yorkshire Terrier, has a lifespan of 13-15 years and has very silky and long hair. Australian Silky Terriers are fairly light and small dogs, weighing between 3.5 and 4.5 kilograms.

Basset Hound

The Basset Hound, whose lineage is thought to date back to the 1585s, has a life span of 10-12 years. The Basset Hound, which has an extroverted character, is a kind and loving dog breed. They are quite energetic during the maturation period, which varies between 18 months and three years. They also get along great with other pets.


The Beagle, an English dog breed, was used to hunt rabbits. Their sense of smell is highly developed and their ability to find traces is enormous. Beagles are very smart, their fur is not long but they still shed a lot. He has a fun-loving nature. He also gets along well with other pets.

Bernese Mountain Dog

The Bernese Mountain Dog was brought from Switzerland 2000 years ago. With a life expectancy of 12-14 years, the Bernese Mountain Dog weighs between 40 and 50 kilograms. Used as a farm dog, this breed is very gentle, fearless and devoted to its family.

Border collie

Border Collie, whose origin is based on England and Scotland, lives 12-14 years. Highly intelligent, these dogs are loyal, watchful and sensitive companions. He also gets along well with other pets, attached to his family.

Boston Terrier

The ancestors of the Boston Terrier are the British Bulldog and the English Whiter Terrier. Boston Terriers, which have a unique character, live an average of 14-16 years. They are highly intelligent dogs and get along well with family, friends, children and other pets.


Bulldogs, which are heavy dogs, are not very athletic compared to other dog types. Unfortunately, their lifespan is short, lasting between 8 and 10 years. They are heavy dogs with 20-25 kilograms according to their size of 30-38 centimeters. It is recommended not to move too much in hot weather, this can unfortunately result in death.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

As the name suggests, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel's ancestry is based on the palace. King Charles II was very fond of dogs. In fact, the first "Beware of the Dog" sign appeared in his palace and its meaning was not "danger" as it is today, but "beware of dogs, do not step on them". With a life span of 13-15 years, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is very energetic and affectionate.


The origin of the Chow-Chows reaches China. Although not a sporting breed, their lineage dating back to 150 BC has not changed much since then. It was formerly used as a protector and hunter of emperors and hunters. Their life span varies between 8-12 years.

Cocker Spaniel

Cocker Spaniels are strong, resilient, active and small dogs with an average life expectancy of 14-16 years. They can play games all day without getting bored and tired. It is very loyal to families and can get along with other pets.


Collies, which can live up to 14 years, are highly intelligent creatures and are happy to accompany people. Having an energetic character, Collie enjoys being in active environments and do not like to be left alone.


In the Victorian era, it was used to pull vehicles by running alongside horse-drawn carriages. Dalmatians' bond with horses continues even today. With an average lifespan of 12-14 years, Dalmatians are affectionate, elegant and playful dogs.


A German-born breed, Dobermans are very loyal dogs and live around 12-14 years. They are reliable and kind animals. They play very well with children and get along well with families. They can also get along with other pets.

Golden Retriever

The Scottish origin Golden Retriever is one of the friendliest and most energetic of all dog breeds. It is usually produced as a guide dog or pet. The average lifespan is 10-12 years, and they get along well with children and other pets.

Jack Russell

Jack Russells, which started to be bred as fox hunters, can live up to 14 years. They get along well with other pets, being a little too active can be a challenge.


A large breed of dog, the Labrador can live 10-12 years. They have a calm character, they are very happy to receive love and attention. They bark a lot but get along well with other pets. They also love children.


Pugs are perhaps the most popular breed among dog breeds. They have a very calm and friendly disposition. They are a little mischievous, but they love to play and are good with families. Their lifespan is on average 13-15 years.


Rottweiler, a large dog breed, lives for 9-10 years. Although they have a tough appearance, they are very soft-headed creatures. They are very loyal to their families and are loving dogs. They are very intelligent creatures and were used as official police dogs until the 1910s.

St. Bernard

The Saint Bernard, which is a fairly large and heavy dog breed, has a short life span of 9 years. After getting used to other pets as well as with humans, they form bonds for a lifetime.

Yorkshire Terrier

The Yorkshire Terrier, which is a dog produced as a result of combining several Terrier breeds, originated in the Yorkshire region of England, as its name suggests. The Yorkshire Terrier, whose lifespan varies between 14-16 years, is a very active dog breed.

English Setter

The lineage of English Setters goes back to the reign of Elizabeth I in England. The English Setter has a friendly nature and they are very loyal. They get along well with both adults and children. The average life span is 10-12 years.

Among the smartest dog breeds, we see Border Collie, Poodle Poodle, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Doberman Pinscher, Shetland Sheepdog, Labrador Retriever, Papillon, Rotweiller and Australian Shepherd Dog.