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Pet parents know accidents happen. Nobody wants their pet to go missing but a dog can get lost, run away from home, or stolen. Microchips are identification implants that provide permanent ID, it’s a quick procedure that makes reuniting dogs with their owners much more likely.
· It helps provide proof of ownership if your pet is stolen.
· It’s a lifetime deal
· Can help return your pet
· In some countries it is compulsory to microchip a dog, for example in the UK and Australia
· Encourages responsible pet ownership
Your veterinarian injects a microchip beneath the skin between the dog's shoulder blades that is the size of a grain of rice (12mm). The process is similar to an injection only the needle is containing the microchip.
Dogs can get chipped at any age, but puppies should be at least 7-8 weeks old.
A microchip scanner is used to detect the specific electronic code that is embedded in the chip. It displays the identification number (15 numbers) on the scanner's screen, with that number the veterinarian can get hold of your dog’s data. Remember to update information if there are any changes in your address or phone number.