Petalix Rfid Set Of 20 X Animal Pet Microchip Identification Tag veterinarian Syringe with Glass Tags 2.12mm 12mm – Registered Numbers – for Pets (134 Khz ISO)



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Dog and cat microchipping is a simple procedure. A veterinarian simply injects a microchip for pets, about the size of a grain of rice (12mm), beneath the surface of your pets skin between the shoulder blades. The process is similar to a routine shot, takes only a few seconds, and your pet will not react any more than he would to a vaccination
Pets are like family and it is our responsibility to take care of them. There are many benefits of using Dog microchip as it can help us find our lost dog, check for vaccination information and are used by animal shelters to return the dogs to their owners. It is more like an identifying device and is unique to each dog.
The unique Chip ID leads us to recognize and locate our pets in the most convenient way. Usually the information about the implant is imprinted on a collar tag for easy access to chip information via scanning. The microchips have a validity of 10 years from date of manufacture.Content – It is a bundle of 20 dog microchips inside one packet. All the syringes are carefully prepared under sterile condition and have a strong plastic cover over the needle. It comes with a easy to push injecting facility and thus is convenient for usage.134.2 Khz 2.12mm*12mm
Technology – The microchip is an integrated circuit which enables one in easy identification and uses passive RFID (Radio frequency Identification) Technology for its construction. The chip contains data that is unique to the microchip and the information about it is easily transmitted on using the scanner.
rfid animal pet ID microchip 134.2khz syringe with glass tags 2.12mm*12mm
Appearance – The microchip has a size equal to that of a rice grain which is not larger than 12mm and thus becomes easy for injection. Each microchip has its own registered number what makes it unique and different. The chip is well protects by anti-migration coating and is completely bio-compatible.
Application – It can be easily injected by veterinary doctor or someone trained in it below the skin at back of the neck or underneath ears. It takes few seconds to inject the microchip and is not very painful for the pet. It is a glass tag and small in size for easy injection.

 

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