We recognize that pets are naturally roving creatures who risk becoming lost. In reality, a startling number of pets are misplaced in the shelter system every year due to a lack of identification. For this reason, we are pleased to provide microchip identification services.
Although collar ID tags are an excellent first line of defense for a missing pet, they can also physically separate from your pet. But by having their pets microchipped, a doctor or animal shelter can swiftly and accurately identify them. We firmly believe that microchips add value to the search for lost pets.
How Is A Pet Microchip Implanted?
A syringe injects a pet microchip under the skin to implant it. Although there isn’t a single, accepted spot, a microchip is typically inserted between the shoulder blades. Its length is roughly 12 mm, comparable to a grain of rice. A pet microchip can be implanted in a matter of seconds, and it will remain in place for the duration of your pet’s life.