Dogs Can Be Identified by Their Noseprints
You’ve heard that a person’s fingerprints are unique and can be used to identify them, but did you know the same applies a dog’s nose print? This actually isn’t brand-new information. The Canadian Kennel Club has been using prints as proof of identity since 1938. It’s believed to be reliable than dog tags, which can be easily lost, and it’s less invasive than microchipping. Microchipping can also fail. Once a nose print is in the system, however, it’s always there.
Dog's identity can be determined via their nose.