At the moment, the NOSEiD app has not been launched fully. It is currently in its beta version, and is therefore only available to dog owners living within the Nashville area of Tennessee.
Speaking to the press on Wednesday, April 21st, 2021, Mars Petcare marketing vice president, Craig Neely, said that the app would go a long way in helping families to reunite with their dogs, instead of having these dogs taken to the shelters.
Craig also emphasized that the app is meant to be a community resource, and therefore, anyone interested will be able to download the app and join the NOSEiD community, whether they have a dog or not.
If you live in the Nashville area, where the beta version of the NOSEiD app is available, you can download it here and register your dog with the app. If you live elsewhere within the country, however, you’ll have to remain patient until the app becomes available in your location.