MicrochippingIsanti Pet Clinic
The microchip, about the size of a grain of rice, is injected with a syringe between your dog’s or cat’s shoulder blades, causing minimal pain or discomfort. This can be done at the same time as spaying or neutering your puppy or kitten, or as part of a wellness exam. The microchip will last the rest of your pet’s life, but it will need to be updated with your contact information when it changes to ensure that your pet can be returned to you in an emergency.
What is the mechanism behind it? Each microchip includes a unique code that is linked to the pet’s profile and the owner’s contact information. Veterinary offices, animal shelters, and other animal agencies in your community can scan this chip. As a result, it is critical that you not only microchip your pet, but also complete the registration process and remember to update the microchip.