How it Works
Implanting a microchip into your pet is quick and will not hurt your pet. The chip is about the size of a grain of rice and is implanted under your pets skin between their shoulders. If your pet is found, animal control officers, animal shelters and many veterinary offices can scan your pet to see if it has been chipped. If a chip is found, the identification number will appear on the scanner and the manufacturer will be contacted to retrieve your contact information.