If you're looking for the perfect gifts for your "four-legged" family members, how about getting them a present that could one day save their lives?
Some veterinarians say instead of getting them the usual assortments of bones, chew toys, and treats have a microchip implanting.
Dog, cats and other animals, if they become lost or stolen, can be scanned for this microchip. The chip contains pertinent information to help identify you and your pet.
For more information on how much it costs to have your pets implanted with a microchip just give your local veterinarian or animal shelter a call.
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