Pet Permanent Identification
Every year, ten million pets go missing in the United States. This situation can be a pet owner’s worst nightmare, with devastating consequences. This is why our team recommends microchip pet IDs as an essential part of responsible pet ownership and a fundamental way to protect your companion.
Collars and ID tags can fray, break, or become unreadable as they age. Microchipping, on the other hand, is a safe, dependable, and permanent method of pet identification. It takes less than 10 seconds to implant and can save you and your pet days, weeks, or even months of distress. A microchip is the size and shape of a grain of rice and is implanted beneath your pet’s skin between their shoulder blades. The microchip assigns your pet a unique identification number, which is stored in a database alongside your contact information. This microchip can be scanned at a veterinary hospital or animal shelter to reunite you and your pet.