Microchips are small, implantable computer chips that can hold a unique ID number for pets. This number is registered in a database and in that database, it carries all your personal information like name, address, and phone number. This information is needed in case the pet escapes or gets lost in order to easily find its owner.
The microchip is implanted under the animal’s skin, usually between the shoulder blades, or on the left or right side. Inserting of the microchip is not painful, it’s like a routine vaccine.
Be a responsible pet parent, have your pet microchipped.
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