Dog Microchipping provided  in minutes while you wait. Appointment not always required if you are in the area and would like to pop into our salon at Normanton, Wakefield.
Having your dog Microchipped is soon to become compulsary and this will evidently mean price rises. Dont wait till then when you can have your loved dog chipped right now for under £20 at our salon and you also greaten your chance of being reunited with your loved much sooner and hopefully safely if stolen or lost.
It is very important to micro chip your pet to save any heart ache should he get lost or stolen. Thousands of dogs end up in dog homes because they have never been micro chipped, where they are adopted by new owners or sometimes even euthanized. Collars are a good way to identify your dog, but they can fall off or get broken or your dog can slip out of them.

It is a practically painless procedure and they are designed to last your dog's life time.

Micro chips are about the size of a grain of rice. They are tiny circuits which are inside a special kind of glass casing which is compatible with living tissue.
The chip is detected by a hand held device which can read it by using radio waves. Each chip has a unique number on it and each number can be traced back to the owner's details.
 *You must make sure you inform the data base of any change in your details.

Microchipping is now recognised as the most effective and secure way of permanently identifying a pet. A unique identification number is registered to the animal and the owner's details are placed on a national database.

Sadly, the reality is that of the many thousands of dogs that go missing each year, it is estimated that less than half of them are reunited with their owners. Don't wait until it's too late. Get your dog microchipped and have the assurance that should he become lost (or be stolen), he is more likely to be returned to you safe and sound.

What is a microchip?
A microchip is a small electronic device, which is the size of a grain of rice. The microchip is coded with a unique number that can be read by a scanner. A microchip works through radio wave frequency.

How is the microchip implanted?
Using a specially designed implanting device the microchip is injected through a sterile needle under the dog's skin.

Where is the microchip implanted?
In dogs, the microchip is implanted under the skin, between the shoulder blades.

Does it hurt?
No anaesthetic is required and the procedure should cause no more discomfort than a standard vaccination.

How does the microchip stay in place?
Once the microchip has been inserted, the dog's body tissue surrounding the microchip attaches itself, preventing movement of the chip.

Why does the body not reject the microchip?
The microchip is encased in the same material (bio-compatible glass) that is used in human pacemakers. The microchip and the implanting equipment are sterilised before use, so that the dog's body does not reject the microchip.

How is the identification number read?
Microchips work when a scanner is passed over them. This is because the scanner produces low frequency radio waves that passively activate the microchip, allowing the unique number to be read.

Who has a scanner?
It is estimated that there are currently over 10,000 scanners in use throughout the UK. These can be found at most veterinary practices, Local Authorities and animal welfare groups. Local Authorities and animal welfare groups use scanners to check stray dogs to see if they have been microchipped. If the dog has been microchipped he can then be returned to the owner easily and quickly.

How are the owners traced?
If an animal is found to have a microchip, the Local Authority, vet or animal welfare organisation contacts a national database to find the owner's details. The owner then can be contacted and reunited with their dog. There are several databases in the UK. Your registration document will tell you which database has your dog registered and their contact details. If you need to make any changes to your dogs registered details , such as moving house, you should contact yoour database operator. Owners of microchip scanners have special access to the databases to allow them to contact you if they find your dog.

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