Here`s another great article:
I am about to get a puppy and I was curious if the id tag should say if your dog is microchipped. When I googled it, it says that it should. But I was wondering: wouldn’t it make more sense for it to not say it in case god forbid the dog is stolen? That way it would come up during a vet visit since they check for it, instead of the person knowing it is chipped and then avoiding the vet or being able to talk around it? I’m sorry if this is a dumb question haha. Just want to make sure I do everything right for my soon to be precious baby!! 🙂
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