Woman Builds Photo Booth So Her Dog Can Take Selfies And We’re Obsessed.

Inventor Simone Giertz is known for her amusing yet pointless creations, but one of her latest has dog-lovers begging her to put it on the market!

The YouTuber loves snapping pictures with her dog, Scraps, as much as any other pet parent, but recently, she decided to take the pup’s selfie game to a whole new level.

It would be an understatement to say Simone thinks outside of the box. For example, one day, she decided to teach Scraps how to take selfies on a phone.

“I love dog photos! I know, it’s such a controversial opinion,” she joked. “But something that I haven’t seen is dog selfies.”


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Of course, the phone idea didn’t work, so she took another route, building a photo booth where Scraps could work the camera to her heart’s content!

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Using Legos, Simone created a mechanism that triggers both the snap of a camera and a treat dispenser with the press of a pedal.

Then, she built a dog-sized photo booth from thousands of Lego bricks, complete with cute signs and curtain!

And while Scraps struggled with the phone, it didn’t take long for her to learn that pressing the pedal leads to tasty treats — and some adorable pictures!

Simone shared Scraps’ selfies on Twitter, melting thousands of hearts. Some called her photo booth the best thing they’ve seen on the internet, while others wished they had their own.

This might be the cutest invention ever! Pointless? Maybe, but one thing’s for sure — there’s already a demand for it! We can say with certainty that if booths like this hit pet stores, they’d instantly sell out! And we’d be the first in line.

Check out the entire build in the video below, and share with other dog parents who’d love to have this booth!

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