All traveling pets should be identified with a microchip. Should your pet be lost, whether at home or traveling, authorities will first attempt to scan your pet. With a microchip, authorities can use a microchip scanner and access a worldwide database to find your contact information. Without a registered microchip, chances of reuniting with your pet are slim. More than 80% of pets who are not microchipped are never reunited with their owners. Implantation is painless for your pet and will only take a quick visit to your veterinarian. Afterwards, you will register your contact information in the Pet Link database.
When traveling internationally, customs agents in countries worldwide will scan your pet and compare the chip number with the health certificate and other required documents.
A microchip scanner will confirm the implantation and location of your pet's microchip. Your veterinarian should scan the chip before and after implantation.
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