The Dogs With the Most Pride at Stonewall Parade 2016

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Wilton Manors’ annual Stonewall Pride Festival is a time to dress up in rainbow everything: beads, tutus, sweatbands, T-shirts, knee socks, bow ties, and bandannas.

That is no less true if you happen to be a dog.

Here are some of the most pride-filled pets we spotted at the parade this weekend:
Charles might be the best-dressed pug on Wilton Drive.
Sadie showed up early to pregame for the parade at Hunters Nightclub’s outdoor bar.
Amelia gets bonus points for coordinating with her owner’s color scheme.
Booboo was keeping cool in the 93-degree heat.
Blanche took a moment before the parade to pose for her fans.
Barney is actually a very good dog, as evidenced by the fact that he was willing to dress up in this (adorable) costume.
Benji needs to be a dog food model already. Can someone make that happen?
There were some great floats, but let’s be real: Tomato showed up pretty much everyone else at the parade.
Who wore it better: Kirby or Limo?
Loki, named for the Norse god of chaos, is repping Equality Florida with her T-shirt.
How cute are these two, though?
Yes, that’s a “Puppy Pride” shirt, and yes, your dog needs one.
Marching in a parade with a bunch of politicians is pretty much the most American thing you can possibly do, as this greyhound obviously knows.
OK, fair, he’s not a dog. But Talon’s parade look is on point. 
Desi has clearly been waiting for a chance to wear this outfit. 

See you next year!

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