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Bring Your Lost Pet Home With Pet Microchipping in Raleigh, NC

According to the American Humane Association, one in three pets will become lost in their lifetime, and only about 2% of lost cats and 17% of lost dogs find their way back to their owner. The best way to avoid this happening to your pet is to have pet identification provided by Care First Animal Hospital. We not only offer pet ID tags in Raleigh, NC and throughout the Triangle but pet microchipping, as well.

In addition to pet ID tags with your current contact information, pet microchipping is an effective way to identify your animal and have it returned to you if it wanders too far from home. The microchip is about the size of a large grain of rice and works due to its passive radio frequency identification technology. Inserted in your pet, the procedure only takes seconds and lasts for the lifetime of your pet. Once your Raleigh cat or dog microchip has been inserted, your pet’s ID will be stored in a national database.

Bring Your Pet Home with Proper Raleigh Pet Identification

Lost pets brought into animal hospitals or shelters are always scanned for a microchip. Unfortunately, nearly four million pets are euthanized each year because their owners are not found in time. There is no more reliable way to identify your lost pet than through having a vet scan your pet after it’s been found. If your pet is gets lost, you will feel much better knowing your pet has a microchip and can be identified.

At Care First, we do everything we can to give pets and their families as many years together as possible — that’s why we offer pet microchipping in Raleigh and beyond. Schedule an appointment today at Care First to ensure that your lost pet can find its way home, and watch our video about cat and dog micropping to learn more.

Care First Animal Hospital offers pet identification in Raleigh, NC and our locations throughout the Triangle, including OberlinGlenwood, and Tryon.

Microchip: A Life Saving Chip

Dr. Jennifer Traficanti, a veterinarian at our Grace Park location, reviews the importance of microchipping your pet. At Care First Animal Hospital we are dedicated to keeping your pet as safe and healthy as possible. Many times that is best accomplished with preventive measures such as vaccines, bloodwork, dental cleanings, and microchipping.  Microchipping your pet …

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