Microchipping your bunny!
What is a microchip?
A microchip is a tiny computer chip around the size of a grain of rice, which is encased in glass. The chip is implanted by needle injection, between your pet’s shoulder blades.
Once implanted the microchip can be identified straight away by a hand held scanner that uses radio waves to read the chip. Each microchip has a unique code which is linked to you and your pet’s details on a national database such as Petlogor Anibase.
Why should I microchip my rabbit?
Thousands of lost pets are reunited with their owners every year by having a microchip. If your cat is lost or stolen and taken into a vet, they will immediately scan the animal for a microchip. If your pet has a chip and your contact details are all up to date on the chip, the vet can contact you straight away to let you know where your pet is.