Studies have shown that every year thousands of pets go missing. If your pet is not property identified, there are high chances that it will never return home. Pet owners rely on tags and collars but don’t realize that these things can get damaged or become unreadable that make identification very difficult. That’s why, at Bloor-Kipling Animal Clinic, we suggest microchip implantation as it is the safest and most reliable method of identification.
How Microchips are Helping Owners Track Lost Pets
A microchip is a tiny equipment that is implanted underneath the pet’s skin. It is a small non-invasive implantation that takes only a few minutes. It is a completely safe and reliable method. Every microchip has a unique identification number. It also carries the complete information of your pet such as name, address and contact details of the owner. Veterinary clinics and shelters have special scanners that can help identify the identity of your pet.
How Does Microchipping Work: The Facts
- Microchip implants won’t hurt your pet
- Your pet will always have to wear an ID tag
- A microchip is not a GPS
- Pet microchip is best for both cats and dogs
- Pet microchips are affordable
- A microchip will last for lifetime
Benefits of Microchip Implantation
- Quick implantation with minimal pain
- 25 years reliability
- Instant identification with scanner
- Life long
- Safe, easy and effective
- Reunite the pets and pet owners
- Compatible microchips
Your Pet’s True Companion
We, at Bloor-Kipling Animal Clinic, offer dependable microchip implantation in Etobicoke. Don’t hesitate to opt for this advanced, safe and effective way of identifying your pets. If your pet has microchip already, make sure the information is up to date.