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11-Jun-2017 04:20

We are still reading reports of dogs being found in Swindon that are not micro-chipped, or with out of date microchip details.If your dog is over 8 weeks of age, it should be micro-chipped.Below is a list of several of the pet microchip registires and programs for you to choose from.To be safest, we recommend that you register your pet's microchip both with the manufacturer's registry and with the Found Animals registry.So, if you never registered your pet's microchip or if you're unsure if you did or whether or not your contact information is up-to-date, please read on.Your pet's safety, as well as your peace-of-mind depends on it. After all, properly registered and microchipped pets make their lives SOOOOOO much easier and help to keep the shelters less full.

Now is the best time to register your pet's microchip.You’re responsible for keeping your dog’s microchip information up to date, for example if you move house.Contact the database company your dog is registered with to update any of your details.A great many microchipped pets wind up in shelters and never make it back home to be reunited with their people after getting lost solely because nobody can track down and get in touch with the owners due to unregistered or out-of-date contact information!

You can call your vet’s office or the shelter/rescue where you adopted your pet, they may well have it in their records.Please don’t think that if your dog is not likely to ‘get out’ that there is no need to have them micro-chipped. We read at least half a dozen reports of missing or found cats each day.If you are a cat owner, please consider getting your cats micro-chipped, especially if you have a cat that can’t keep a collar on, or one that is prone to wandering off for a day or so like the story of Six Dinner Sid (he ‘kept’ six owners! Many finders consider a cat that visits regularly for food a hungry stray!And, should you ever lose a pet, here's some info and tips that will help you get them home safe.