The Injection Every Pet Should Get
Although there aren’t any vaccines that last a lifetime, there is one injection that does.
With a quick injection, a microchip can be placed under your pet’s skin, usually between the shoulder blades.
A microchip is about the same size as a grain of rice.
A Microchip Is An Investment In Your Pet’s Life
Each microchip has a unique code that will always be associated with you and your information. If your pet ever gets lost, a veterinary clinic or animal shelter can scan this microchip, which will provide your contact information.
When a microchip is present, there is a much greater chance of being reunited with your furry friend.
Even if your pet is older, a microchip can still be placed. Anesthesia is not necessary, so microchip placement can be a part of your pet’s routine exam.
Be sure to get your pet microchipped. It’s an investment that will last a lifetime.