The chance of being reunited with a lost pet increases greatly if they’re microchipped. Pet microchipping can offer reassurance that, if lost, animal shelters and veterinarians can identify your pet.
What is Microchipping?
A tiny microchip is placed under the skin between your pet’s shoulder blades. The microchip has an identification number on it, which can be read by a scanner. A veterinarian’s office or animal shelter can scan the chip to find out who owns the animal.
Noe’s Ark Animal Hospital believes microchipping is the safest, most effective method of pet recovery available, helping reunite more than 15,000 lost pets to their owners every month.