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How our dogs can suppawt their team in the Euros

We’re absolutely loving these adorable doggy accessories

Danielle Elton

Posted 3 months ago ago

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Euro 2020 officially kicked off last weekend and we couldn’t be more excited. Not only because we want to see our beloved national team bring it home, but also because it’s another excuse to dress our dogs up in some ridiculously adorable accessories.

And we’ve found some seriously cute outfits.

Even if you’re not that into football, these bows, bandanas and hats will sure make you want to be.

So whether you’re an England, Scotland or Wales fan, your dog can join you in suppawting your team while watching the next match.

While our favourite has probably got to be the Wales bobble hat, our dogs will probably appreciate the football-themed treats the most.

England bandana

Available in a range of colours and sizes, this bandana simply attaches to your dog’s collar. And if you’d prefer, you can change the wording to say England Suppawter.

You can never have too many doggy bandanas!

Either way we’re sold, and it’s just £3.75 from Etsy.

England shirt

Not only can your dog cheer on England in this shirt, it can be personalised with a name and number, meaning you’ll have an adorable memento to look back on should England actually bring home the trophy.

And if they don’t, your pooch will be ready and waiting to get involved at the next big tournament.

It’s available with or without the black trim and costs just £10.

England treats

Getting our dogs to actually wear any of the clothing and accessories we buy them can sometimes be a bit of a challenge. They just won’t play ball (excuse the pun).

But this is one football-themed product that won’t require a battle, they’ll happily scoff these doggy biscuits without being asked twice.

They’re available from Etsy for £15.

Scotland bandana

Our dogs can now join the Tartan Army with their very own Scotland flag bandana. And this doesn’t just have to be reserved for football, they can wear it with pride all year round.

This seller also sells the bandanas for a range of countries, including England and Wales. Prices start from £4.50.

Scotland bow tie

Our dogs look pretty dapper in a bow tie no matter what the occasion, and they’d look even cuter in the matching lead, collar and bandana. Are four Scotland-themed accessories overkill? We don’t think so.

Available in a range of sizes to suit your dog, prices start from £1.65.

Wales bandana

We couldn’t leave Wales out of the doggy celebrations, they’re another British nation taking part in Euro 2020 and play Turkey on Wednesday in their second match after beating Switzerland in their opener.

And if your darling dog will be joining you in front of the TV, or maybe down the pub, of course you’ll want to involve them in the celebrations. 

This Ddraig Goch bandana is adorable and is sure to make them the envy of their four-legged pals. It’s available from Etsy from £3.50.

Wales bow tie

Or how about these Welsh dragon bow ties?

The Welsh are known for their sporting prowess so your furry friend will be ready and waiting to cheer on their team in both football and rugby. And you’ll also be helping to support a seller in Wales.

They are only for small dogs though and are available in size small, extra small and extra extra small. Prices start at £6.

Wales dog hat

Have you actually seen anything cuter than this hand crocheted dog bobble hat inspired by the Welsh flag?

Available in tiny, small, medium and large your dog will be the best dressed at the football celebrations for sure.

This is another seller in Wales, who also produces the same design in a range of different colours. This Wales-themed hat is priced from £8.

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