The Feline Hospital uses and recommends HomeAgain microchips.
The microchip is a tiny computer chip which has an identification number
programmed into it and is encapsulated within a biocompatible material.
The whole device is small enough to fit inside a hypodermic needle and
can be simply injected under the skin of our pets, where it will stay
for the life of the animal. This provides a permanent, positive
identification which cannot be lost, altered or intentionally removed - a
safe, simple and inexpensive way to protect your pet.
The computer memory in the AVID Microchip contains a unique number - no
two animals will ever have the same number. A radio signal is used to
read this number through the skin of your pet. In addition to the
number, the microchip generates a reliability check to guarantee that
your pet's identifying number is read accurately. This all takes place
in less than 40 milliseconds.
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