12 very good dogs having the time of their lives at Pride

Pride is accepting of all – no matter what sexuality, race or species.

Here are twelve of our favourite adorable pups and pooches strutting their stuff at Pride events all over the world.



This dog attended the San Francisco Pride parade in 2016, and clearly loved every minute, rocking a rainbow tutu with style.


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These pups were glammed up for a very regal ride down Christopher Street in the New York City Pride March in 2016.


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Siberian Husky Shiro was spotted enjoying the festivities at Pride in London in 2016, even carrying his own rainbow flag.


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Alexander has a strut down the the ‘World’s Longest Rainbow Flag’ in 2003, at PrideFest Key West.


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This happy Pomeranian was spotted at the a Parade in New York City in 2017, donning a spotted pink outfit.


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This pooch knows how to travel in style, pulled in his own carriag during the New York City Pride March in 2016.


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We have a winner in the ‘best dressed’ category! This dog was spotted during the 2015 Pride Parade in San Francisco, celebrating the US Supreme Court’s landmark ruling legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide.



This Good Boy is standing up to homophobia in a 2016 march in Guatemala City.


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This good-looking pup was draped in a rainbow flag to take part during the 2015 Pride March in Manila, Philippines.


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A Westie spectates at 2015’s Pride in London Parade, with a matching coat and leash.



This dog was spotted at the Rainbow Pride Parade in Bratislava, Slovakia on June 28, 2014


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These dogs synchronised their wardrobe to pull off matching outfits at the 2018 Tokyo Rainbow Pride Parade.

Note: Be a responsible dog owner. Always check with organisers before bringing your pet to a Pride event. If your dog gets nervous in crowds or around loud noises, they may have to celebrate their Charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve and Talent from home.

We’ve also answered the question you’ve always wondered: Can dogs be gay?