When you think about it, there’s nothing like owning a dog.
It’s a little bit of an obsession for many, but it’s one that many people have.
The owners of many pet stores and pet grooming stores have seen a surge in pet adoptions and pet owners are taking to social media to share their dog’s pride.
“I have a pride dog,” one woman wrote in a Facebook post.
“And she is the best thing that has happened to me in the last couple of months.”
“She is the only dog I know I am proud of, and the only one I will ever have,” wrote another.
Some people also posted videos of themselves in their own pride-themed costumes.
But the best way to get your dog’s attention, according to some people, is to wear a shirt.
And that’s where a new YouTube channel comes in.
In honor of National Pride Week, the “Pride Dog T Shirt” YouTube channel started a year ago, but since it’s now on its fourth day of posting videos, you may want to stick with that.
The channel features videos of dogs in a variety of clothing, from the basic pride-related t-shirt to the more colorful, animal-themed t-shirts.
The videos show dogs enjoying a play area, playing in a park, or enjoying a hot tub.
In some of the videos, the dog is wearing the pride-inspired shirt.
Others, like this one from one owner, are showing their dog in a full uniform.
“It’s really important to us to show our dogs that we care and we are proud of them,” said Tiffany Leighton, the owner of the channel.
“We are proud to have our dogs in the United States.
We want them to be our family, and we want them in a pride shirt.”
Leighton said the channel is aimed at owners who want to show their dogs their pride, but also to raise money for organizations that support LGBT-friendly policies and services.
“There are a lot of people out there that don’t understand that we are human beings, and our pets are just as important as anybody else,” she said.
Leighton is also on Facebook, sharing tips on how to get a pride-worthy dog in the most flattering way.
“Do you want a happy, happy pride dog?
You can find it here,” she wrote.
“Or do you want to get that puppy in the best shape possible, or that big sweet puppy who’s the only pup who can talk?”
Leighton added, “Make sure your dog has the right outfit for your family’s pride day.
They can have all the things that your family likes.
Get them a t- shirt, a collar, and a leash.
Do your homework on who your pet is and what they like, and get them some of that pride.”
And there are plenty of other ways to show your dog that you care.
Leightnes owner, who asked not to be named, shared her own inspiration for the channel, which she hopes will help other owners of pride-loving dogs.
“When I first started this, my husband said, ‘I hope we get a dog like this and then I will feel proud to be your owner,'” Leighton explained.
“So I thought, well, maybe we’ll get a happy dog, and then my husband will feel like he has a proud owner.”