Have you considered micro-chipping your pet?
Thousands of pets are lost each year because they do not have any form of identification. Micro-chipping your pet is a great addition beyond collars that can help ensure your pet’s safety. Unlike collars that may eventually tear over time, microchips are set to last up to 25 years. However, according to the Humane Society, “Microchips are a good back-up option for pet identification, but should never be the main one”.
The chip is placed right under the skin, which is a completely safe procedure for your pet. Each microchip contains a registration number and phone number associated with that pet. If your pet is found and returned to a shelter or clinic, the veterinarian will scan the pet for the chip and contact you if your information is uploaded. As cost may vary from pet to pet, it is a great investment.
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