We know your pets are members of your family. That’s why we recommend microchipping as the best way to ensure their safe return.
If your pet is lost, microchipping has become a relatively common and secure method of permanently identifying your pet. A small electronic chip the size and shape of a grain of rice is inserted beneath the skin in the neck region as part of the procedure. The chip is injected with a needle. A humane society, an animal shelter, or a veterinary clinic can scan your pet for a microchip and get in touch with you if they become lost.