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What is a microchip?
A microchip is a tiny computerised chip covered in some glass-like material that is not toxic to the living tissue. It is implanted under the skin in the shoulder blade region using a special needle. It can be detected immediately using a microchip reader. The microchip reader reads the Unique identification number which contains 15 digits.
What should you do after microchipping your pet?
Once microchipping is done it is highly suggested to register your pet with the necessary details. This helps to trace the owner back in case the pet is lost.
When do you microchip your pet?
You can do it at any age but it is highly recommended that you get your lovely companions microchipped on the day of the rabies vaccine.
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