PetLink.net Microchip implants
Each year, more than 3 million cats and dogs are euthanized at U.S. animal shelters. That's about half of all cats and dogs that enter shelters. Without proper ID, 90% never return home. Animal shelters and animal control centers benefit using microchip identification products by more quickly and efficiently returning pets to their owners. It's safe, painless and it might save the life of your pet if they're lost.
Imagine the glee of a grieving pet owner when the shelter calls to say it's found little lost Fluffy.
A microchip is no bigger than a grain of rice, and veterinarians can implant the chips into all kinds of pets -- from reptiles and birds to cats and dogs. A microchip implant takes just seconds at your veterinarian's clinic, and then your pet has permanent ID that will last its entire lifetime. The device carries a number, and this number is plugged into a database that includes the name and contact information of a pet's owner.