Your cat or dog will be considerably more likely to be returned to you if it has a microchip. Microchips cannot come off and get misplaced, in contrast to collars and tags. For the duration of a pet’s life, they act as permanent identification.
A veterinary technician injects the tiny chip between your pet’s shoulder blades. The procedure is quite simple and inexpensive. When you have your pet “chipped” here at Northgate Animal Hospital, the chip insertion is practically painless.