What is a Pet Microchip? Pet Microchips are tiny grain-sized computer chip used as a permanent ID for your pet. They are implanted within the skin of a dog, cat, horse, or other animals and are to be used to identify the pet and owner if they ever go missing.. Most animal shelters and vets are equipped with a microchip scanner, and can easily retrieve pet and owner information so that they are returned to their rightful owner.

homeagain-microchipingWhat is HomeAgain? HomeAgain is an advanced lost pet recovery service dedicated to the safety and well-being of your pet. It is best utilized when a microchip with a unique ID number is injected between the shoulder blades of your pet, which can be done by a veterinarian if your pet is not already microchipped.

Once your pet is microchipped, the next step is to enroll your pet’s microchip ID, description, and photo, along with your contact information, in HomeAgain’s pet database, which is critical to reuniting you immediately with your lost pet once he is found. Unlike other microchipping systems, Home Again uses technology that complies with international standards.

HomeAgain is a proactive pet recovery service and will immediately sends out Rapid Lost Pet Alerts to veterinarians and shelters surrounding the area when he or she is reported missing. With HomeAgain Lost Pet Specialists available 24/7, your pet can be safely found and recovered.

We offer Microchip Pet ID (with Registration) at a low-cost.

The cost of registering the microchip is included in the $50.00 price. There is no need to go online to register-this is taken care of by one of our clinic. Approximately 10 days after the chip is implanted you will receive an email from HomeAgain with your username and password.