Microchips have been particularly useful in the return of lost pets.
Animal shelters and animal control centres benefit using microchip identification products by more quickly and efficiently returning pets to their owners. When a pet can be quickly matched to its owner, the shelter avoids the expense of housing, feeding, providing medical care, and out-placing or euthanasia of the pet. Micro-chipping is becoming increasingly standard at shelters: many require all out-placed animals to receive a microchip, and provide the service as part of the adoption package. Animal control officers are trained and equipped to scan animals.
In addition to shelters and veterinarians, microchips are used by kennels, breeders, brokers, trainers, registries, rescue groups, humane societies, clinics, farms, stables, animal clubs and associations, researchers and pet stores.
Several countries require a microchip when importing an animal to prove that the animal and the vaccination record match.
If you require Micro-chipping we charge £15.00
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