Pet microchips are small permanent identification chips. They are placed between the shoulder blades with a needle and the process is as quick as a vaccine. Most pets go through the one-time process without so much as a squeak.
Garza Veterinary Clinic's microchips are internationally recognized and meet ISO requirements. (International Organization for Standardization). We use universal scanners which read multiple microchip frequencies sold by different microchip manufacturers.
Your pet's microchip ID, just like your pet is one of a kind. If your pet is lost and is taken to an animal shelter or veterinary clinic, they will be able to scan your pet and read the microchip code. This code is stored with your pet's profile and linked to your contact information.
Registration and keeping your contact information up to date is just as important as microchipping.
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