Posts Tagged ‘pet microchip’

If your pet ends up at a shelter, it may be difficult
to distinguish it from other similar-looking pets.

Tuxedo cat 1. Photo by Little Creek Veterinary Clinic

Tuxedo cat 1.

Tuxedo cat 2.

Tuxedo cat 2.

Or it could be just this easy.

The key to your pet's return.

The key to your pet’s return.

HomeAgain Microchips offer instant, reliable identification
at the push of a button.

HomeAgain's universal scanner reads chips by any manufacturer, so all pets can make it safely home.

HomeAgain’s universal scanner reads chips by any manufacturer, so all pets can make it safely home.

Your pet can’t call home when it’s lost –
so let someone else make the call for her.

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Ask us to “chip” your pet on her next visit.  Visit HomeAgain to learn more.

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This article originally appeared on April 23, 2012.

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 UPDATE – This pet has been found.

Norfolk – A female Corgi-mix dog ran off from the apartment complex, located on North Military Highway, around 6 this evening. She is microchipped, and a report has been filed with 24 PetWatch,  and Norfolk Animal Control.

[The dog] looks like a golden-red Corgi with long legs and a long tail. She weighs approximately 20 pounds. She has been described as looking like a fox, because of her coat color and long tail.

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