Microchipping is a way to permanently identify your pet and reunite you with your pet if you happen to get separated from each other. A microchip is an implantable, integrated transponder about the size of a grain of rice.
The microchip is encapsulated in bioglass to prevent tissue irritation and microchip migration. The microchip is not a GPS, does not use batteries and becomes energized by a microchip scanner. The microchip is permanent and will last the life of the pet.
If your pet becomes lost, veterinary clinics, rescues, and humane societies will scan your pet for a microchip. Each microchip has a unique identification number that links your pet to your contact details that are registered with the microchip company. Micro chipping may be done at any appointment.