Chipping your pet increases your chances of being found if it is lost, escaped, or stolen. Almost all types of domestic animals can be chipped, for example, horses, dogs, cats, rabbits and even fish.
How it works?
A tiny microchip is introduced under the animal’s skin, which contains the country code, the chip manufacturer’s code and the individual animal’s code. Data from such a microchip cannot be erased or overwritten.
For an animal, the chipping procedure is no more painful than a normal injection and does not cause any side effects.
What information can be obtained by knowing the code of the animal?
When the animal is chipped, the following data is entered into the database:
Kind of animal
Date of Birth
Who did the chipping
Additional information (veterinarian notes, etc.)
How to get data about the animal, knowing the microchip code?
Data about animals is stored in different databases (regionally). First, you need to determine in which database information about the animal is stored, and then continue the search in the regional database.