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Pet Mobile Microchipping
I’m a fully qualified, experienced microchip implanter. I’m offering microchiping services in the comfort and safety of your own home.
It is always less stressful and more comfortable for you and your furry babies to have the procedure done at your own place. It will also cost you much less than what you would pay at the vet.
I am using the most advanced technology microchips.
After your pet is microchipped you will be provided with aftercare instructions.
Once I have microchipped your pet, I will then register your pet/litter on the Animal Tracker database and help with transferring each pet’s details to new owner
Despite your best efforts, accidents can happen. Someone leaves a door ajar, an intrepid pooch digs under a fence, and your best intentions go awry: Your pet escapes and gets lost. If they’re wearing a collar and identification tag, chances are good that you’ll get them back.
But what if the collar comes off?
To protect their pets, many owners turn to technology, in the form of identification microchips implanted in their pets. Microchips are tiny transponders, about the size of a grain of rice, that can be implanted in your pet’s skin by many veterinarians and animal shelters; some shelters implant one in all pets they place.
That said, microchips provide an extra level of protection in case your pet loses their collar and tags. Providing your pets with both tags and a microchip can help ensure a happy reunion if the unthinkable happens.
How and where are microchips placed?
Microchips are implanted just under the skin, usually right between the shoulder blades. This is done with a large-bore needle and doesn’t require anesthesia.
Each microchip contains a registration number and the phone number of the registry for the particular brand of chip. A handheld scanner reads the radio frequency of the chip and displays this information. An animal shelter or vet clinic that finds your pet can contact the registry to get your name and phone number.
How long do microchips last?
Microchips are designed to work for 25 years.