Each microchip must be registered immediately after adoption to keep your pet safe.
On average, 1 to 3 times during its life, an animal is lost or separated from its owner. According to research, only about 17% of lost dogs and 2% of lost cats find their way back home.
Only proper registration makes it possible to prevent from this. All our animals are registered in the SAFE-ANIMAL database, i.e. the International Database, which supervises the electronic animal tagging system in Poland.
- Breaking off the leash
- Escape through an open door or window
- Leash tied incorrectly
- Running away while walking the dog “runs slowly”
- Panic caused by fireworks or a storm
- Escape from the garden under the fence
- Due to unfamiliarity of the place
- Shock caused by a traffic accident or other random events
- Chasing the cat
By implanting the animal with a microchip containing a 15-digit identification number, we create a chance to find it easier if it is lost
- The microchip is a miniature transmitter powered by electromagnetic field energy from a reader
- The glass capsule is indifferent to the body and each implanted microchip is sterile.
- The size of the microchip is smaller than a grain of rice
- The life of such a microchip is practically eternal
- A veterinarian performs a chip surgery which is similar to making a regular injection
- The treatment is almost painless for the animal
- The microchip is applied subcutaneously in the middle part of the neck on the left side or on the ridge between the shoulder blades