How to insert and scan a microchip

Veterinary Surgeon Natasha of White Cross vets explains with the help of Ruby, how a pet’s tiny microchip works and stores information.

Natasha shows us how a vet or dog pound would check for a microchip if a lost pet was handed in.

Keeping your microchip information up to date is as important as having your pet microchipped in the first place. Even if your pet is chipped, we can’t contact you if the details are not correct. Find out more about microchipping on our website

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