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34 Dog Perler Beads For Dog Lovers

If you and you’re kids are searching for a companion to keep you busy through the weekend, just craft one of these dog Perler beads that are guaranteed to brighten your day!

Dogs are the most loyal companions humans could ever wish for. They’re playful, affectionate, and they simply bring so much joy to dog lovers.

Not familiar with Perler beads? Not sure where to start? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with our easy Perler beads for kids article, where a beginner’s guide is waiting for you.

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8 Simple Perler Bead Dog Patterns

These first patterns are relatively simple dog patterns. With some help from an adult, a toddler could help work on these Perler bead projects. It’s the perfect chance to practice counting and colors with your toddlers.

1. Simple Dog Perler Bead Pattern

Photo credit: Elif on Kandi Patterns

Have your children ever wanted a dog companion? This is not the real thing, but it’s a step closer to them getting one.

Follow this simple dog pattern by Elif which looks like it’s taking its daily walk outside.

2. Perler Bead Dog Face

Photo credit: Krysanthe

Perler bead patterns are such an easy craft to do because you just put the colored beads in the right order.

If you like to keep it simple with your children, there’s no shame in starting out with this easy dog face pattern from Krysanthe.

3. Easy Perler Bead Dog Face

Photo credit: MediocreMyles on Kandi Patterns

Picking out the right colored Perler beads from a bowl and lining them up on a pegboard are great ways for toddlers to work on their fine motor skills.

This simple dog face from MediocreMyles only requires three colors.

4. Shiba Inu Face

It’s a lot of fun watching your picture come to life as you assemble Perler beads on a pegboard, as you’ll see by watching this video tutorial from Ash Angharad’s channel.

Interested in developing your kids’ artistic skills early on? Check out these easy animal drawings for kids!

5. Dog Paw Perler Bead Pattern

Photo credit: Nicky on Kandi Patterns

Here’s a simple pattern from Nicky you could make with a young kiddo.

I’d suggest that the adult figure out the layout of all of the black outline pieces for the dog paw pattern and then let the child fill in the inside space with white or whatever color Perler beads they choose.

6. Star Pegboard Dog Perler Bead Pattern

Photo credit: Pinterest

Most Perler bead starter buckets come with a star-shaped pegboard which is perfect to make this simple dog pattern.

7. Black Dog Perler Pattern

Photo credit: pmankin on Bracelet Book

They say black cats bring you bad luck. What about black dogs?

I think they only bring you happiness and love. All dogs do!

Enjoy making this black dog Perler bead pattern from pmankin. The pattern is actually designed for tying a string friendship bracelet. But seeing as it’s a pixelated design, I’ve included it in this Perler bead pattern list.

Speaking of black cats, you might also enjoy the craft ideas in this article about Halloween painted rocks.

8. Minecraft Dog Perler Bead Pattern

Photo credit: User on Kandi Patterns

This dog pattern is perfect for Perler beads because Minecraft is a game that’s made entirely of pixels.

So, if you’re a Minecraft fan, don’t miss your chance to tame this wolf and let it become your loyal companion.

While we’re talking about Minecraft, here are 19 other Minecraft Perler bead patterns that shouldn’t be missed.

5 Cute Dog Perler Beads Patterns

The next items on the list feature dogs being precious and doing cute things. As if dogs weren’t adorable enough.

9. Perler Bead Dog Face

Photo credit: Cami_dm on Kandi Patterns

This design from Cami_dm is what your dog’s face looks like when it’s trying to ask for a treat for the 3rd time, and they know they’re on a strict diet.

You can’t resist giving them another one, though.

10. Cute Pug Perler Beads

Photo credit: Kandi Pad

Pugs are one of the more charming breeds out there. They might be stubborn, but they make up for it with their playful and affectionate nature.

Shared on Kandi Pad, this is one of the most complex patterns on this list, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth trying out!

11. Sleeping Dog Perler Bead Pattern

Photo credit: lalalauren858 on Kandi Patterns

Try not to disturb your pets during their well-deserved sleep, like this precious sleeping puppy pattern by lalalauren858.

12. Cute Pomeranian Dog Pattern

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This extroverted dog breed will keep you panting for days because they’re so energetic and sociable.

I bet you can’t keep a smile off your face while recreating this cute Pomeranian pattern.

13. English Bulldog Perler Bead Pattern

Photo credit: NataAlexMaria on Kandi Patterns

Taking care of a dog is almost like taking care of a child. You need to give them a lot of love and attention. And, also food. Especially food.

Joking aside, it’s why many people consider their pet dogs to be like their own children.

This cute dog pattern from NataAlexMaria requires you to assemble your beads on a circular pegboard.

11 Common Dog Breed Perler Bead Patterns

Here are some of the dog breeds you might encounter when taking a stroll to the park. They are some of the most common breeds that we all know and love.

I’ve included a fun fact for each dog breed so you can surprise your children with some interesting facts while they craft.

14. Rottweiler Pup

Photo credit: girlwriter1998 on Friendship Bracelets

Rottweilers are some of the most protective dogs.

You can bet that even as a pup, this rottweiler created by girlwriter1998 is sure to come to your defense.

15. French Bulldog Perler Bead Pattern

Photo credit: BreAnda_98 on Kandi Patterns

Check out this portrait style pattern of a French bulldog from BreAnda_98 on Kandi Patterns. I’m really liking the aesthetic they went for with this pattern.

French Bulldog Fun Fact: French bulldogs can’t fly. Say what? Of course dogs can’t fly, you silly

What I mean is, since they have a short snout, they have a harder time breathing than other dogs, and so they’re banned from many airlines.

16. Dachshund Perler Bead Pattern

Photo credit: NicePNG

Dachshund Fun Fact: Many of us know Dachshunds as wiener dogs or hot dog dogs. But did you know that the original hot dogs were known as Dachshund sausages?

The butcher in Frankfurt, Germany who invented frankfurters (hot dogs) was known for his Dachshund.

It didn’t take long before his sausages were known around town as Dachshund sausages.

Try recreating this adorable Dachshund Perler bead pattern from NicePNG.

17. German Shepherd Face Pattern

Photo credit: PNGFind

The German Shepherd is probably one of the top 3 most recognizable dogs.

This is a good Perler bead pattern for an older kid to try to make on their own. If you’re looking to craft with a younger kiddo you can certainly let them assist you on this pattern. Maybe they can help sort the colors that you’ll need.

German Shepherd Fun Fact: They are one of the smartest and most obedient dog breeds. That’s why they are commonly used as police dogs working in K-9 units.

18. Bull Terrier Dog Pattern

Photo credit: Nicky on Kandi Patterns

Bull Terriers have one of the most distinct looks among dog breeds. They have an egg-like face shape and peculiar eye shape.

Bull Terrier Fun Fact: Despite being intimidating because of their bulky and muscular build, they’re actually one of the sweetest dog breeds you’ll encounter.

19. The Slender Borzoi

Photo credit: hlc on Bracelet Book

Not only are borzois known as good dogs, but they’re also known for their slender bodies and long snouts.

With such a physique, it’s common to see these breeds in athletic competitions.

20. Beagle Dog Pattern

Photo credit: Perler

If you’re looking to spend an afternoon creating magnificent art, try out this beagle dog Pattern from Perler.

Beagle Fun Fact: Their long ears are useful in retaining a scent they’re trying to sniff out.

21. Yorkshire Terrier Dog Pattern

Photo credit: rdveitch94 on Bracelet Book

Sometimes the smallest dogs are the ones that have the most aggressive behavior. Yorkshire Terriers are up on that list.

They’re small, but if you irritate one you’ll face their wrath. Try to create this Yorkshire Terrier Perler bead pattern from rdveitch94… if you dare.

I’m kidding, they’re sweet.

Yorkshire Terrier Fun Fact: If you’re looking to adopt a dog in a jammed urban neighborhood, Yorkshire Terriers are perfect because they’re small. In fact, multiple different Yorkshire Terriers have held the Guinness World Record for the smallest living dog.

22. Corgi Pattern (aka Loaf of Bread)

Photo credit: ProHama

The Welsh Corgi is another breed that you wouldn’t mistake for any other dog. It’s viral for its short stature.

ProHama provides us with this cute Corgi pattern.

Welsh Corgi Fun Fact: The name Corgi comes from the Celtic ‘cor’ and ‘gi’ which mean ‘dwarf’ and ‘dog’, respectively.

23. Very Loud Husky

Photo credit: inkedbeneath5 on Friendship Bracelets

The Husky is one of the breeds that actually resembles its ancestors, namely wolves.

Husky Fun Fact: Huskies are one of the few dog breeds that have cold, blue eyes.

Don’t let that fool you, though, they’re very friendly, even to strangers, like this pattern made by inkedbeneath5.

24. Judgemental Chihuahua

Photo credit: jiska on Kandi Patterns

The chihuahua is the epitome of small but terrible.

They’re also judgmental, as seen on this pattern by jiska.

10 Famous Dog Perler Bead Designs

You’ll probably recognize the next famous dogs from memes, social media, and TV shows.

25. Stardew Valley Dog Perler Beads

Photo credit: rjhahn97 on Kandi Patterns

Fans of Stardew Valley will be able to choose one dog breed to keep them company.

If you’re a fan, you’ll no doubt want to make this pattern from rjhahn97.

26. Cute Pluto Pattern

Photo credit:mindofmiller on Brik

Different generations of kids have come to love Pluto, Mickey Mouse’s yellow dog.

Even a facial pattern like this one brought by mindofmiller can be recognized by young and adult audiences.

Don’t miss out on the ensemble, and create these Mickey Mouse Perler beads!

27. Courage The Cowardly Dog Pattern

Photo credit: PNGKey

The sight of this dog brings out a lot of old memories from Cartoon Network.

Courage the Cowardly Dog was one of the silliest and most resourceful dogs out there. Recreate him through this pattern by PNGKey.

28. Jake From Adventure Time Perler Bead Pattern

Photo credit: PikPNG

Jake is a magical dog from Adventure Time who has the ability to shift his body into any shape.

Try making this pattern provided by PikPNG.

29. Doge Perler Bead Pattern

Photo credit: NorthSeattleKandi on Kandi Patterns

If you haven’t been living under a rock, you’ll know that Dogecoin has taken the world by storm.

While it was created as a spoof, many have considered it as a genuine investment prospect.

And, it all started from this meme, the Doge. This design is courtesy of Kandi Patterns.

30. Cheems Hama Bead Pattern

This is another dog meme that has been extremely popular in recent years.

While doesn’t have his own currency like Doge, he’s equally as loved by the internet community, if not more.

Follow the video tutorial from PixelAxelArt‘s channel to make Cheems.

31. Dog from Duck Hunt

Photo credit: KamaPixel on DeviantArt

Dogs are known to be lovable creatures; not this duck hunter from Nintendo.

Even without a name, this dog—a pattern delivered by KamaPixel—has made one for himself through its notorious smug and laugh, becoming part of meme culture.

Disclaimer: no ducks were harmed in the making of this article.

32. Scooby-Doo Perler Beads

Photo credit: apupak on DeviantArt

Baby Boomers will for sure recognize Scooby-Doo, a goofy cartoon dog that deals with criminals dressing up as monsters.

Try reliving the glory days by recreating this pattern from apupak with your children or grandchildren.

If you’re looking for other cartoon TV show dogs, check out these Bluey crafts.

33. Bond “Borf” Forger

Photo credit: loleon on Bracelet Book

Many dogs can feel an earthquake coming, but this particular dog literally sees the future.

That’s how powerful Bond is, the big fluffy dog in the anime Spy x Family. A pattern is brought to you by loleon.

For more anime and animals, look forward to our list of Pokemon Perler beads.

34. Charlie Brown And Snoopy Pattern

Photo credit: Fun Family Crafts

Snoopy is one of the most loved dog characters that have ever existed.

He and Charlie Brown demonstrate perfectly the strong unbreakable bond between dogs and humans.

Recreate this heartwarming craft by following Fun Family Crafts pattern.

A Perler Bead Pattern For Every Dog Lover

With amazing dog patterns, it seems you’ve got your next couple weeks of crafting already planned out!

Just be careful not to let your cat know which pet you’re favoriting.

Keep the craft projects going with these cat Perler bead patterns.