The world’s first dog selfie Twitter mirror was launched today by dog food brand Canidae at the Crufts dog show in Birmingham, England. The twitter stream is showing off all the pictures that the dogs took themselves are amazing.
The ‘selfie’ as we all know is one of the most buzzing words around the world, and it became rather famous in 2012. It was then word of the year in 2013 and by the time 2014 came round ‘Selfie’ subject was the most retweeted image ever, and now we are in 2015 it has reached another milestone as the world’s first Pet Selfie Mirror is launched by Canidae at the Kennel Club’s canine championship, Crufts.
Premium pet food brand Canidae is now showcasing the technology at the event and on its Twitter account, the show itself is the largest of its kind in the world, which runs from the from 5th to the 8th of March at the NEC in Birmingham.
All dogs attending Crufts this year will have the opportunity to take a selfie on a pressure-triggered mat. Once the selfie photo has been taken it will then be shared on Canidae’s Twitter account and also posts to Facebook.
As a ‘thank you’ for helping to celebrate Canidae’s love of pets, all Pet Selfie Mirror users, dogs or humans, will be in with a chance to win £4,000-worth of Canidae Pet Food at the show*.
Canidae’s Managing Director, Steve Brown, said: “We’re so excited to unveil our Pet Selfie Mirror at this year’s Crufts. We’re a nation of pet-lovers – in fact, perhaps the only thing we love more than our pets is sharing pictures of them!
“We’re giving both Crufts visitors and participants the chance to take away a fun keepsake of their time at the show and we can’t wait to see the entertaining and creative photos dog, and their owners, take using the props on-hand.”
Canidae is a new-to-the-UK brand providing fresh meat, whole foods and simple recipes to keep pets happy and healthy. Free from grains and artificial colours, flavours and preservatives, the Canidae range boasts just 7-10 key ingredients with fresh meat, fish or poultry always being the first.