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TGIFriday, and to celebrate the pending weekend, we've decided to present an exposé of Miami's unsung style heroes. We can't help but adore these head-turners: We'll stop them on the street to fawn over how cute they are and — no matter what they wear — they always look great. Of course, we are talking about the dogs of Miami, those pretty pups that steal our hearts on the regular.
We stopped by our favorite dog parks around the beach to do some serious puppy street style spotting, and we definitely weren't disappointed with the diversity, attitudes and — to be honest — widdle wet noses! We are happy to report if the character of a city is reflected by the canines who walk its streets, then Miami is simply top dog.
Photographed by Andy Lai
Photography by Andy Lai
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