I recently went through a very upsetting experience. My dog Nyla was running loose on base. We spent 2 hours searching all over for her! This is why it is so important to have proper identification and a microchip.
It’s Not a GPS
A lot of people think that a microchip is a GPS (I thought it was too…)
Each dog and cat have a unique ID number associated with their microchip. That way, once a veterinary official scans it, it will pull up the owners contact information.
Inserting a microchip does not require surgery. It is a fast and easy insertion subcutaneously.
This Gives You a Good Chance
Although microchips do not ensure that your furry babies will return home each time, it’s still a great chance of it happening. My husband and I found a cat and when we brought her to the vet she had a microchip. She was reunited with her family!
Oh she was so stinking cute! I’m so happy she has her family now though.
Apart of responsible dog owner month, microchipping is a topic I wanted to cover. Especially after loosing my Nyla Beans for a while! She is okay, she only came out with a scratch on her paw.