The importance of pet microchips

01/28/2010 | Medill Reports (Northwestern University)

Pet microchips, which work like bar codes implanted between the shoulder blades of an animal, have proved to be effective in bringing lost pets back to their owners. In 2004, several other animal-advocacy groups formed the Coalition for Reuniting Pets and Families to help push for a standardized scanner to work with all microchips. Pet owners looking to buy a chip should talk with their veterinarian, experts say.

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