Always have your pets' best interests at heart.
Microchipping your pet is a great thing to do. If your pet ever gets lost, having them microchipped increases the likelihood of them returning back to you safely. Each individual chip contains a unique registration number that is connected to your dog or cat after it is registered. To read the chip, a handheld scanner reads the radio frequency, and then displays this information on the screen. An animal shelter or vet clinic that finds your pet can contact the registry to get your name and phone number so they can get a hold of you. This identification number will not fade and can not be altered. It remains the most reliable means of animal identification available.