Simple & Quick
The process of getting your pet microchipped is simple and quick. The veterinarian will use a needle to insert a chip that’s about the size of a grain of rice just under the skin at the back of the shoulders. This area is generally made up of skin that has fewer nerves, so the process is much more comfortable for the animal. It’s important to have a qualified veterinarian perform the procedure to prevent the migration of the microchip once it’s in place and other health issues, especially in cats.
The best part about a microchip is that you don’t need to worry about moving or changing your phone number. You can simply call the microchip company or go online to update your contact information in their database at any time.