Microchips keep pets safe and save public funds

10/22/2012 | Commercial Appeal (Memphis, Tenn.), The

Microchips make finding a lost pet much easier, provided owners keep their contact information up to date, and they can save money on animal-control costs by cutting down on the number of strays, according to this article. Microchips are inexpensive, easily and quickly placed under the skin by veterinarians, and not painful for pets, said Kerry Sneed, an educator with the Humane Society of Memphis, Tenn., and Shelby County.

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