Microchip ImplantationA microchip may be the most important gift that you ever give your pet! Microchipping provides the peace of mind that you have given your pet the permanent, lifetime ID he or she needs for the best chance to come home if he or she gets lost. Losing a pet might be easier than you realize.
- Your pet digs under fence or bolts though a wireless fence and escapes.
- Thunderstorms or fireworks cause your pet to panic and flee.
- While traveling, your pet wanders away in unfamiliar territory.
- A emergency occurs and your pet is lost in the turmoil.
- Your pet wanders away thru an open door.
A microchip is about the size of a grain of rice. It is implanted by a simple injection, between the shoulder blades, and is designed to make sure it doesn't move. This process is quick easy and pain free, similar to a vaccine injection. We will then enroll your pet's unique ID number, along with your contact information and ours, which enables your dog or cat to be positively identified. If your pet is found and taken to a veterinary clinic or a shelter, the first thing that is done is to check the pet for a microchip. If your dog or cat has a microchip, his or her number will show up on the handheld scanner and a phone call to the appropriate registry will retrieve your contact information. This will quickly reunite you with your pet.