Canines smiled wide with Seattle pride at the Emerald City's 40th annual Pridefest celebration.
Puppy pride was in high attendance among over 50,000 human visitors and hundreds of vendors at Seattle's weekend-long Pridefest. The famous outdoor festivities took place on June 24-26. The event is the largest of its kind in the Northwest.
Not surprisingly, the city of dogs had decorated bow-wows in abundance sporting their puppy pride. Following the rainbow theme, dogs showed off colored bandanas, collars, leashes, flags, leis, balloons, leg warmers, tutus, hats, ties, t-shirts, and chalk paint all weekend.
Here's a sneak peek at some of the proud pooches:
Partner Pride (These dogs were up for adoption through Emerald City Pet Rescue!)
Another member of the Bandana Rainbow Club
A hat and more!
Mohawk and Doggles Support
Flying Dog-Monkey Pride
Miniature Flag Scarves
Leash and Leg Warmer Ensemble
Riding Passenger in Style
That's right. Some horses strutted proudly through the streets among the rainbow colors!
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All photos via Stacey Venzel.