The ‘Largest Dog Selfie’ is Happening This Saturday in Central Park

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From the “Pooch Selfie” to dogs photobombing pictures, canines are jumping onto the selfie bandwagon. And one organization is looking to take the “largest dog selfie.”

This Saturday, Central Park Paws is hosting its annual “My Dog Loves Central Park Fair” at the Naumberg Bandshell, located mid-park at 72nd Street. The event looks to bring together owners to celebrate the New York City dog community.

Occurring from 11 am to about 3 pm, the event is chock-full of fun events. Kicking off the festivities, emcee Kevin Character will be welcoming dog enthusiasts. Throughout the afternoon the nonprofit will keep pups and owners entertained with a scavenger hunt, “tricks for treats” game and pooch plinko.

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For the more studious folks, Central Park Paws will have a dog-training workshop, the AKC Canine Good Citizen test and an agility course. There will also be plenty of snacks for your pup and water.

My Dog Loves Central Park Fair will wrap with the world’s largest dog selfie, happening at the Bethesda Fountain with people needing to arrive by 2:30

The event will occur, rain or shine. So, grab your dog’s raincoat, because what is cuter than tons of dogs posing in adorable coats?