Microchip information on ID tags
Congrats to all whom have new pets. What fun. In addition to having your animal spayed/neutered, licensed and microchipped, please consider putting your pet's microchip information on its ID tag. This lets people get your most recent contact information without bringing your pet to an animal shelter to have the chip scanned. For a few dollars, you can update your info with the chip company when you move. Multiple contact numbers, and medical alerts can be placed on the tag's back, including that of the place that pet-sits for your while you're out of town. If my animal escaped while in another city, the finder could call the number that corresponded with that city. And if I've recently moved and haven't updated my information with the microchip company, the finder still can reach me through the other numbers. Microchipping a pet also helps prove that it's yours. I've learned that after the animal is microchipped, it shouldn't do a lot of running and playing for a while (I don't know how long), or the chip could move from the original position. This is why people using a chip-reader should scan a large area of the animal.
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