When it comes to our pets, we didn’t think they could look much cuter.

But then Snapchat decided to release a new filter that allows us to see what our dogs would look like as an animated animal – and it’s kind of like a Disney character.

The filter hasn’t had some incredible results already, we can’t stop laughing at them!

A dog owner named Danielle took to the Facebook group Dogspotting Society to share the news about the filter.

She wrote: “For those that don’t know… Snapchat has a new filter and it basically Disneyfies your dog. YOU ARE WELCOME. Plz post your Disney dawgs here.”

Alongside this she shared snaps of the filter on her own fluffy dog.

The filter is called Cartoon Face

It’s so cute!

She later updated the post to let everyone know that the filter is called ‘cartoon face’.

People went wild over her post and it quickly garnered over 9,000 likes and 3,000 comments.

Fellow dog lovers soon began sharing their own dog photos as well.

“Aww omg,” replied one user.

Another said: “So I guess I’m getting Snapchat now.”

It didn’t quite work on this dog…

A third added: “I just woke the baby from laughing so loud.”

The filter seemed to work on most pups – but there were a few users who couldn’t use it on their dogs.

In one hilarious instance, the filter was applied only on the end of the dog’s nose.

Their owner joked: “He looks just like a prince now from Disney.”

This isn’t the only instance we’ve seen of filters not quite working out the way people had hoped.

During lockdown, Lizet Ocampo, the Political Director at People For The American Way accidentally turned a filter on during a video meeting, turning herself into a potato on screen – and couldn’t figure out how to undo it.

One of her employees, Rachele Clegg, captured a screengrab of the hilarious moment and shared it on  Twitter, where it quickly went viral.

She wrote: “My boss turned herself into a potato on our Microsoft teams meeting and can’t figure out how to turn the setting off, so she was just stuck like this the entire meeting.”

More than 500,000 people liked the post with over 122,000 people retweeting.

Microsoft even replied to her post saying it was “TOO FUNNY!”

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