Microchip IDs help pet owners track lost animals

Guyanese pet owners have the ability to electronically track their lost animals using microchip technology, being made available by Pets 2000 animal clinic, says Dr Nicholas Waldron, veterinary specialist of the clinic.

The radio frequency identification chip has been offered by the clinic since 2010 after animal tracking and European Union member countries started to use it as a requirement for air travel, Waldron told Stabroek News in an interview.

He said that the chip is a tiny device that is inserted under the skin of the animal without side effects. “The most they will feel is the prick  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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