The new support arrived on December 24, making it available just in time for the holidays. Snapchat provides a look at the available lenses in the video below — they include a pizza face, various glasses, and similar fun elements. Even better, these lenses appear correctly on the dog’s face. Back in October, Snapchat introduced official support for cats, meaning users could apply lenses to their feline pets for stylish cat selfies. A couple months have passed and now the company is rolling out similar support for dogs, the initial launch including a handful of dog lenses with more inbound. Story TimelineAndroid Snapchat update suddenly usable, users attestSnapchat arrives on the desktop, bringing selfie filters to Twitch streamsSnapchat Spectacles 3 tipped to double the cameras and price Only a handful of dog-friendly lenses are available to users right now, but the company plans to launch more soon. These joins the cat-friendly filters Snap released in October, those working in a similar fashion: point the camera at a cat and choose a filter to apply. Those lenses include a melon helmet, glasses, and a slice of bread.Snapchat users have been able to apply lenses to pets for a while, but they weren’t officially supported and actually getting a decent result on a cat or dog was left up to chance. The new support means these lenses are actually meant to work on an animal’s face, making it much more likely you’ll get a good shot…if you can get them to hold still for a few seconds.