Kevin Snout concocted the thought in the wake of watching a police show on TV.
He saw officials utilizing finger impression innovation to collar criminals and understood that a similar thought could be applied to dogs.
Thought each canine’s nose has an example that, when combined with the state of its nose openings, is sufficiently unmistakable to recognize it.
Owners can now benefit from this finding, according to Kevin’s supporters, who have designed an app that makes use of the technology.
The application is allowed to download yet costs £4.99 yearly to enlist your canine’s subtleties.
Paying clients are approached to enter some essential data like name, breed and shading, as well as transferring a nose picture.
Then, at that point, when that data is in, if it somehow happened to be lost or taken and afterward recuperated, the locater could basically filter the nose.
The dog’s owner and finder will be notified of the dog’s identity at this point. And they will reunite to return the canine securely.
In any case, assuming you change your status to missing. On the off chance it will say, ‘congrats, you’ve tracked down a canine’.