Microchipping your pet means in the unfortunate event of your pet going missing, the chances of having them returned to you are greatly increased.
Collars can be removed or lost, but microchips are a permanent means of identification.
A Simple Procedure
Microchipping is a simple procedure involving the placement of an electronic chip (about the size of a rice grain) under the skin at the back of your pet’s neck. Once inserted the chip it is there for life and does not malfunction once checked initially.
Be Reunited With Your Pet Quickly
Veterinary clinics, dog wardens and animal welfare organisations routinely ‘scan’ stray animals for microchips. If the animal is microchipped, the chip number appears on the scanner and the owners name and details can be retrieved in minutes. Then all it takes is a phone call to let you know that your pet is well and can be collected.
It is now obligatory that all kennel club registered dogs are microchipped.
Further Information on Microchipping Your Pet
Please contact us if you would like further information regarding Pet Microchipping.