The Importance of ID for your Dog
Dogs love to explore the world around them and they don’t always know that they are supposed to limit that world to their own front or backyard. At one point or another, your dog is going to get loose and bet away from home. If someone finds your dog, you’ll want them to be able to ID your dog and call you to come pick him up. If your dog has a chip, the chip can be read by a vet or shelter associate. However, a collar ID can provide that contact information much more quickly. Your dog should ideally have both forms of identification to ensure you will be contacted and your dog will be returned. ID tags attach to collars and can be bought at local pet stores. Microchips can be inserted by your vet during a routine appointment. For more information, contact your pet clinic Orangevale CA.