May 21, 2013 at 9:00:00 am | Posted by Deva C. in Pet Identification, Pet Microchipping1 comment Tweet
So, you’re walking down the street and hear the jingle of metal tags … or you see a furry face peeking out of the bushes … or feel the “bump” of a friendly animal rubbing against your legs. Congratulations, you’ve…Read More »
Are you looking for one good reason to get out there and microchip your dog and/or cat?
How about 16 good reasons? Click over to Buzzfeed and check out 16 heartwarming snapshots of lost dogs reunited with their families. Here…
Last Saturday, Spay4LA hosted an event called the South Los Angeles Community Health & Pet Fair. The fair was held at the Constituent Service Center in South Los Angeles, and it was a huge success!
Spay4LA provided free services to…Read More »
May 02, 2013 at 9:00:00 am | Posted by Annie M in Pet Identification, Pet Microchippingno comments Tweet
The Day Buddy Went Missing – By Julia Gale
The year was 2003 and I had the house to myself. The phone rang (my mother-in-law). During our conversation, my German Shepherd, Buddy, wanted out, so I opened the back door…
Hello everyone! It is our pleasure to introduce a new bi-weekly series here at The Water Bowl called Microchip Monday.
As you know, at Found Animals, our goal is to eliminate euthanasia of animals in our shelters. There is no…
My name is Ullr. I live in Seattle with my mom and dad and they protect me with a PetHub ID tag. It’s a good thing they do, because today, I went on an adventure… a fun, exciting, confusing, lonely…Read More »
March 29, 2013 at 5:00:26 am | Posted by Deva C. in Pet Identification, Pet Microchipping1 comment Tweet
You’ve probably seen these little square patterns on everything from grocery bags to magazine ads. And now you’ll be seeing them on pet tags, too! But what exactly are they?
That little square pattern is a Quick Response code –…
There is a lost pet crisis.
Of the 165 million pets in the United States, every year approximately 3% go missing. That’s 4.5 million pets lost each year, and approximately 1 million are never returned to their families.
All of our office pets have unique personalities but there is one thing they share in common – – they are all microchipped and registered.
Because one in three pets will go missing during their lifetime, we want to increase…
Rebecca H. considers herself a relatively stable person. She meditates every day, and she remains pretty calm in stressful situations — even when she’s stuck or stranded somewhere in the middle of a huge snowstorm (which happens a lot in…Read More »