Microchipping your pet is a permanent method of identification, a microchip is very small, about the size of a grain of rice, a vet will implant this chip under the skin of your dog or cat, it will usually be placed under the shoulder blades (where there is lots of skin) just by your pet’s neck, every chip has a unique number that can be used when scanned. Microchipping should not be painful; your pet may feel a sharp scratch (just like when having an injection) nor anaesthetic or surgery will be required, and it can be implanted in seconds … Continue reading Microchipping