Doggy Fingerprinting

Nose prints are used
to identify dogs in
the same way fingerprints are used to identify
humans. Breeders and
trainers keep a dog's nose prints on file as part
of its permanent
record, and insurance companies now require them
whenever a dog is
to be bonded. At one time paw prints were used as
a means of canine
identification, but these proved less accurate
than noses.

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