How Does Pet Microchipping Work?
Dog and cat microchipping is a simple procedure that can be performed at your veterinarian's office. Pet microchips are very small,
roughly the size of a grain of rice and are inserted just beneath your pet's skin between their shoulder blades. Inserting the microchip is
quick and safe similar to a routine shot.
A pet microchip uses a radio frequency known as RFID to transmit the ID number stored on the microchip
to the scanning device that reads the pet's unique number and displays it. The facility that scans your pet can then enter the microchip number into the
Universal Pet Microchip Lookup tool online at http://www.petmicrochiplookup.org
to determine if your pet is registered and they will contact us directly so we can reunite you with your pet.
It is important to register this unique microchip number with your contact information so that you can
be reached immediately 24 hours a day if your pet is lost or found. If you are not sure if your pet's microchip is registered please call 866-699-3463.