Microchipping is now law and is a simple an effective means of ensuring that should your pet go missing or be stolen, then, once your details are registered and stored on a database, he or she can be identified by a hand-held microchip scanner, and reunited with you, the owner.
The scanner shows the unique number on the microchip, and a copy of this number is shown on your pet’s vaccination certificate.
The microchip is the size of a grain of rice and is inserted by a syringe under the skin between the shoulders. This can be done at any age but is usually done anytime from 6 weeks onwards.
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