A microchip can mean the difference between finding your lost pet and having him or her safely returned to you or losing a pet forever. In many areas microchipping has become mandatory to allow pets to be returned safely. This also helps you reclaim your pet in the even of it being stolen or found outside of your yard or to settle a dispute in ownership.
What is microchipping?
A microchip is a tip object, around the size of a rice grain which is implanted under your pet’s skin. When this chip is scanned it will bring up a number. The number is linked to your personal information and contact details. This is usually done by the vet that implants the chip. Please ensure that you keep us up to date in the event of any of your information changing. The microchip information is held by a national database and vets can access where-ever your pet may be found.