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June is Pride Month, and in light of *gestures broadly* everything going on right now, the LGBTQ+ community needs support more than ever. So, if your local parade or march is pet-friendly, leash up your pup and get out there.
Keeping your pet’s safety and comfort in mind, you can both dress for the festivities by donning symbolic rainbow accessories. We rounded up the coolest gear — from sandals and shades for you to bandanas and LED collars for your pal — that are sure to bring on the smiles wherever you make an appearance.
Btw, our editors (and their pets) picked out these products. They’re always in stock at the time we publish, but there’s a chance they’ll sell out. If you do buy through our links, we may earn a commission. (We’ve got a lot of toys to buy over here, you know?)
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Jinnie Lee is a Brooklyn-based culture writer who has written for Vogue, Refinery29, Vice, W, Elle, New York Magazine, and others.
Rebecca Caplan is a writer based in Brooklyn whose work has been featured in The New Yorker, Reductress, and Vulture. She lives in Brooklyn with her perfect, toothless dog Moose.