Dogdrop, a queer owned dog daycare in Los Angeles, is highlighting a list of LGBTQ+ pet accessories for Pride month.
Pet parents love to include their dogs and cats in their daily activities. Pride month is no exception.
Dogdrop, founded by Shaina and Greer, has curated a list of LGBTQ+ pet apparel and accessories that will let your furry companion join the fun.
The Pride jumper, created by Maxbone in collaboration with Christian Cowan, is pet clothing that meets high-end fashion. Maxbone and Cowan created this limited edition Pride jumper for the fashionista dog in honor of LGBTQ+ Pride month. Your purchase of this dog jumper will also support Ali Forney, the largest LGBTQ community center helping LGBTQ+ homeless youth in the United States.
The Love Set from Rororiri is a chic, unisex reusable face mask for you and a bandana for your pet. This set is the perfect way to show that you and your pet are a pair and are celebrating pride month together. Available in sizes ranging from XXS to XXL this rainbow striped face mask will help you be precautious while out at your local pride celebrations.
From a bow tie and sweatband set from Boots & Barkley which shows off your pet’s athletic side, or an audacious Pride rainbow tutu from Rock and Rawhide which are custom made and handcrafted in NY to an understated rainbow leash by Wilderdog. Pet parents can find something for every pet and every budget. Now your dog or cat can look adorable while celebrating LGBTQ+ Pride this month or all year-round.
Dogdrop is also hosting a Pride pool party themed photoshoot on June 23rd for dogs which will be a perfect opportunity for pet parents to show off all their new pet accessories.
Dogdrop’s website states, “We provide the best dog daycare and pet care service in Los Angeles. Their daycare provides a safe place for socialization, directed activity, training reinforcement, and much more. They have the best quality dog essentials for pet owners. Dogdrop is the best place for dogs to learn, exercise, and socialize to become happier and healthier dog citizens.”