A microchip is the permanent identification of your pet. This small device similar in size to a grain of rice is injected under your pet’s skin. It contains information about your pet, its address and contact number.
In case your pet is lost, we can scan it and reunite it with you.
More frequent questions:
Why should you microchip your pet?
The microchip is a permanent device and can’t be separated from the pet. If your pet is lost or stolen, the chip and it’s registration is a proof of ownership.
Do microchips have GPS?
Pet microchips dont have GPS technology. They use Radio frequency technology that is able to be scanned for information, like the pet owner’s contact information. This means that microchips can‘t give your pet’s location if they get lost, but can lead to their safe return when found.
Is the microchipping painful for my pet?
Though it is not painful, it may cause a bit of discomfort. Most of the cases sedation is not needed. The microchip is applied literally in a second