There's a reason why every TLP dog is microchipped before adoption: Microchipping is one of the best ways to ensure your pet returns to you if they get loose or lost. Painless and inexpensive, a microchip is a cornerstone of responsible pet ownership, and crucial for helping shelters and other animal care facilities reunite pets with owners.
It happens to the most responsible pet owners. Dogs can find a way out of the most secure backyard or watchful eye. Even worse, collars can slip or break off. When that happens, it's crucial that your dog has an up-to-date microchip. Almost every veterinary office, shelter or animal facility is able to scan for a microchip. Make sure to keep your information up-to-date and renew your membership with the microchip company (if applicable).
Your furry friend isn't worth the gamble and deserves every chance to find their way home. Shelters and veterinary offices offer easy, low-cost chipping services.
One chip, the size of one grain of rice, can prevent heartache and save you from losing your dog to an overburdened shelter system. Microchipping your dog is quick, painless and low-cost. The microchip will not cause your dog any irritation. They won't notice it!