Microchip and other tools help lost pets find their way home

Only 16% of dogs and 2% of cats that turn up in shelters are eventually reunited with their owners, according to national figures, but pet owners can improve their odds by microchipping pets and registering them with local agencies, and launching searches at area shelters immediately after animals go missing, experts say. Still, some waits are longer than others -- one microchipped cat that went missing nine years ago was reunited Friday with its owner in Otis Orchards, Wash. View AVMA's microchip backgrounder.

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