Although scrolling through your social media feed may feel relaxing, it's never a bad thing to take a break from your phone. Tap into your inner artist and relax on the couch with a cup of tea and a dog coloring book. That's right, just how your 100-pound dog will never outgrow your lap, you'll never outgrow coloring.
Coloring is such a fantastic stress reliever for many people. Whether you think of yourself as creative or not, we all have the power to bring a blank page to life. Check out these adult coloring books. Dog lovers, you'll have so much fun coloring your favorite dog breeds.
Dog Coloring Books
This is the perfect coloring book for dog lovers. There are 24 dog coloring pages, so take your time coloring each page daily. You'll have enough illustrations to color for days, if not weeks.
A major perk is that each page is printed on front pages only, so there won't be any ruined artwork by bleeding. (If you use markers.) It's perfect for young and adult colorists.
This coloring book by Marjorie Sarnat is full of Bulldogs, Corgis, Poodles, Pugs, and more breeds. Get your crayons and map pencils ready. These cute dog illustrations need some color, and you need a fun stress relief activity.
Grown-ups and children love this book! If you're gifting this to a child, they now have some wonderful artwork to hang on the fridge.
Need a challenge? This is the perfect gift for people with an eye for creativity. If you love Dachshunds, Beagles, and Cocker Spaniels, this is the book for you. Customer reviews are fantastic. Customers say it's been a stress-relieving experience coloring these beautiful dogs.
If you love dogs or have a best friend that loves fur babies, you can't go wrong with a dog coloring book. If your best friend has a long bus or train commute, they'll love coloring Golden Retrievers, Pit Bulls, Chihuahuas, and Great Danes on their way to work.
Cat lovers, I haven't forgotten about y'all! There are also cat coloring books on Amazon. Enjoy a healthy stress relief activity because self-care is essential.
This post was originally published on February 4, 2020.