It’s obvious why this time of year is called “the dog days of summer,” because no one can rock a summer look or a pair of sunglasses better than these pups!
It doesn’t get more pawtriotic than this!
Move over, America’s Next Top Model.
Proof that extra large sunglasses never go out of style.
This dog will be spending all day in the pool, because those sunglasses are straight FIRE!
Now I know what you’ll find at the end of the rainbow: this doggo and that amazing tail.
This pup has an important PSA: never forget proper sun protection.
Vacation mode: ON.
We heart this duo and those epic shades.
Pro tip: the right pair of sunglasses will give you serious “specs” appeal.
Meet the world’s cutest Uber driver.
Throwing shade has never looked so fabulous.
This doggo’s outfit = ultimate summer vibes.
Red, white, and drool.
Donut you think this pup wears the heck out of those shades?
Every outfit needs a pop of color.
Suns out, tongues out.
This look has “friYAY” all over it.
Yappy Hour style on point.
I can hear “walking on sunshine” just by looking at this doggo.
The dogs have spoken: nothing is better than the dog days of summer!
Amber Duggan is the proud owner of Izzy the Chow, who is also known as the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Fluff. Izzy is an 11 year old chow chow, and she was adopted 5 years ago from Frederick County Animal Control. Amber is originally from Michigan, and started Izzy’s Instagram account (@izzy_the_chow) as a way to share photos of her with family and friends back home. However, Izzy’s account grew quickly, and became a way for other chow chow owners and rescue dog advocates to share information and helpful tips. When she’s not with Izzy, Amber serves as associate attorney within the Department of Homeland Security. Amber is also the Executive Director of a 501c3 organization called We the Dogs DC, which was formed by five women in the DC area who met through their dogs’ Instagram accounts. They discovered that they all shared a passion for rescue animals, and formed We the Dogs DC so that they could work with the community to raise money for local animal rescue organizations. In addition to its fundraising efforts, We the Dogs DC maintains a community Instagram account (@wethedogsdc). Every day, a new a new person and their dog is selected to take over the account and share photos of their day in the DC area.