TIME Newsfeed animals 14 of The Most Patriotic Pets in America Olivia B. Waxman @OBWax July 3, 2014 SHARE Paw-sitively festive Independence Day is right around the corner! Help us get into the spirit by sharing a photo of your #PatrioticPet. pic.twitter.com/NVQ1ACHnym — Navy Federal (@NavyFederal) July 2, 2014 Happy Independence Day from RCM's most patriotic pet, Riley! Have a happy and safe weekend! #4thofJuly pic.twitter.com/9oJKQG97C5 — RCM Health Care (@RCMHealthcare) July 3, 2014 4th of July is near! How are you celebrating with your pet? Tips: http://t.co/zBLmqlnttS #PetcoPlayList Pic: Piggies pic.twitter.com/5cxnesnII0 — Petco (@Petco) July 1, 2014 patriotic pets🇺🇸😍 pic.twitter.com/nMDZ5oWFmB — Caitlyn Farrell (@CaitlynFarrell1) July 3, 2014 Bill Waugh / The Oklahoman – APZachary Harris, 5, of Moore, Okla., dressed as Uncle Sam, walks with his dog, Brutus, dressed as “Lady Liberty” in the Downtown Salute Parade, July 4, 2005, in Oklahoma City, as part of the parade’s Most Patriotic Dog Competition. Geoff Crimmins/Moscow-Pullman Daily News – APBill waits to compete in the Mutt Strutt patriotic dog contest during an Independence Day celebration in Moscow, Idaho, on Friday, July 4, 2008. Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post – Getty ImagesStretch, a Corgi from Odenton, Maryland, marched as part of the doggie drill team from Greenbelt dog training at Takoma Park’s 122nd Fourth of July celebration in 2011. Richard Ellis – Getty ImagesA dog decked out for the annual I’On Community Independence Day Parade in Mt Pleasant, South Carolina, July 4, 2012. Michael Prengler – APA chihuahua at the 4th of July parade in the McKinney, Texas, town square.