A HomeAgain Microchip is a permanent identification that is implanted under your pet’s skin. About the size of a grain of rice, it is easily implanted between the shoulder blades and often done while your pet is under anesthesia. Should your pet find itself in a shelter or veterinary hospital, it can be easily scanned with an ID number unique to your pet. A simple call to an 800 number can identify the pet and reunite it with its pet parents.
Pet ID Tags
Pet identification tags have been around for quite some time. They are available in a wide array of colors and designs that can be customized to fit your pet’s personality.
If technology is your thing then you probably have downloaded a QR reader to your smart phone. QR codes can be customized to lead you directly to a website, survey, contacts, youtube … the list goes on and on. Now you can have your pet’s collar made with a customized QR code. Barkcode.com now offers unique QR codes for pets. The information can include important medical information unique to your pet, i.e. diabetic, etc. If your pet becomes lost, someone with a smart phone can easily scan the QR code and quickly locate your information and your pet’s veterinarian.