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Why Microchip Your Pet?

26.-Microchip_022-150x150 Every year thousands of pets are lost or stolen. Many are never reunited with their owner. Name tags and collars can fall or be taken off. Without permanent identification there may be no way for your pet to find its way home. If your pet is microchipped, theres a better chance it’ll return home safely.

What is a microchip?
A microchip is a tiny computer chip, about the size of a grain of rice that is implanted under the skin of your pet between the shoulders. Anesthesia is not required and most pets don’t feel the injection. The chip is made of a biocompatible material that will not disintegrate, rust or cause an allergic reaction. It also won’t relocate from its point of injection. Any animal can be microchipped!

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Sorry Fido, Your Bowl is Radioactive!

caution-radioactive I still wonder about companies that don’t realize that we are now in the Internet Age. There is no more hiding behind voicemail, endless gatekeepers and clueless “customer service” employees.

Anyone in the know can freely post just about anything on the web and be in the news by nightfall because of Social Media. Here ARE 3 bullet points from an article on the What’s Next? Blog. Probably read it before Petco knew the article existed!

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Tick-Bourne Disease

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