Get More Peace of Mind with Microchipping
Each species, breed, and individual animal is different. Some just prefer being outdoors, while others may find the world is too big and terrifying. Whatever the case, they certainly want to come back to their owners. By placing a pet-tracking microchip under the skin, you can make sure they are never hard to find.
Pet microchips have an identifying integrated circuit, known as a transponder, which can be scanned easily to find out important information about who the animal belongs to. Most vet offices and animal shelters are readily equipped with scanners because they never want to assume an animal is stray and permanently separate it from its owner.
Even if your dog or cat has a collar and identification tags, these can sometimes fall off, especially if your pet is very active outdoors. With a pet ID chip, you don’t have to worry about that. It’s placed securely under the skin with a needle—just like a regular shot. That chip becomes a permanent part of your pet.
Many indoor cats don’t know what it’s like outside, and they’re curious to explore. This leads to escape attempts when you open the doors. And because of felines’ agility and predatory nature, outdoor cats like to travel away from home. While both indoor and outdoor cats can typically find their way home, sometimes the outside world can become too bewildering for them, and they get confused. But with our cat microchipping services, they’ll never be gone for too long.
Dogs are also at a huge risk of getting out of your home or yard, especially if they are notorious chewers and diggers. All dogs need to be let outside at some point, and unless you constantly keep an eye on them and have the leash on at all times, they can figure out a way to get loose.
The best thing to do for any breed of dog or cat is to get it a microchip to track its steps. We know how much you love your animals, and we want to get them back to you safely if they ever wander too far.