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Having your pet micro-chipped gives you peace of mind in knowing IF your pet were to EVER get lost or stolen there is HOPE your pet will be returned home safely.
I an writing this article for pet owners that have questions as to why micro-chipping is so important. I have also provided examples to the importance of micro-chipping and explain how the procedure is done.
ALL pets should be micro-chipped! To many times it's said "My pet NEVER gets out of my sight so I don't need to worry about my pet ever getting lost or stolen" WRONG!! All it takes is a split second for your pet to be gone!! even if it's only to potty your pet should be micro-chipped & registered. Here's why....all dogs & cats chase squirrels and rodents, this is usually how the pet gets lost!! You let your pet out to potty, it sees a squirrel or rodent and takes off! Animals don't think about where they are going or how far they are traveling all the care about is catching whatever it is they are chasing, your pet gets lost in the process and in some incidents are over 30 miles away from home. Now think about this...someone finds your lost pet, takes it to the nearest veterinarian to have it scanned for a micro-chip and there is no micro-chip or tags! No one knows who owns this pet! Now it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out where your pet is going to end up, and what about you? How would you be feeling about now? The question is...is it worth the chance?? Now if you lost pet had been micro-chipped & registered, the veterinarian would scan your pet to see if the pet had a micro-chip, he would then look up the number in the data base to find your contact information. Once they have your information, they are able to notify you by phone or address. So, you see because you cared enough to have your pet micro-chipped and took the time to register it, they were able to find out who the pet belonged too appose to not having your pet micro-chipped because you didn't think your pet would ever get lost!! Peace of mind is the key word here.
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