What is a Microchip and how does it work?
It's adevice hardly bigger than a grain of rice that's inserted under the loose skin, typically between the shoulder blades. It has a unique numerical code, containing both animal's and owner's details, which are entered into the national database.
If your animal goes missing and is handed in, most vets, local authority dog wardens and animal welfare groups can scan the chip with a hand-held scanner.
This would read the code and identify your pet on the database, which can be accessed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
All that's left is to call you and reunite you with your pet.
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