Flower-boy â¤ï¸ It's ridiculous how some people gender literally everything. Neither flowers are female nor pink is.
Character traits like being strong, emphatic, emotional, bitchy and so on: no gender. Human are individuals, they (should be able to) act and behave individually - no matter they're man, woman, non-binary,...
So regarding to people it's already crazy _how_ much is gendered, but coming to animals it's all the more ridiculous.
There are two reasons why Punto isn't wearing, for example, pink sparkling collars: the first one is that other people could think he's a female dog (because people project their idea of female/male things even on dogs..) - this could be unfavorable if for example a female dog is in heat and the owner does not know that Punto is a male dog. So that's a societal reason that shouldn't be there.
The second: I don't like pink sparkling things (collars e.g.), it's that simple ğ
So what I wanna say: if you do like pink sparkling collars or anything else that you think is attributed to a certain gender: just do it. It's all just in our (society's) head. [By the way: it's not meant as a critique towards owner of female dogs who fit in with some stereotypes - that's not the point of what I wanna say. Stereotypes shouldn't stop someone from doing/expressing something, no matter whether someone's fitting in stereotypes with that or not.]