Tens of thousands of pets go missing each year. As a matter of fact, one in five pets- that’s twenty percent- will go missing at some point in their lifetime. Whether it’s for a few hours- or a few weeks- your pet is at risk of injury or death when they’re missing.
A recent survey showed promising numbers as to the percentage of lost pets that are returned home, but the results of that survey were clear. The best way to reunite with your lost pet is by investing in microchip technology.
What is a microchip?
A microchip is a small device implanted beneath your pet’s skin, a little bigger than a grain of rice. It contains information which can be read by a hand-held scanner available at almost all shelters and veterinary clinics.
How can a microchip help me find my pet?
If your pet is found and taken to a veterinarian or local shelter, they will be scanned for a microchip. The information on the microchip will provide the facility with your contact information, and you will be reunited with your pet.
The Save This Life Microchip
Using the latest technology available, the Save This Life microchip offers a new level of protection. Your microchip number is searchable on Google. Watch the video below to learn how this works, and how it can reunite you with your lost pet faster than any other program available today.