Microchip Will Help You Find Your Lost Pet

Every dog owner in Britain will have to put microchips on their pets starting 2016 under plans intended to cut a rise in stray animals.
The microchips will be coded with owners’ details, and people who do not comply could face fines of up to 500 pounds.
Owners could also be prosecuted over an attack by their dog on private land.
The microchip procedure involves inserting a sterile chip the size of a grain of rice between a dog’s shoulder blades.
Free microchips will be circulated to veterinary clinics, although it was not clear whether vets will charge for the service.
Government figures reveal that more than 100,000 dogs are dumped or lost each year, at a cost of 57 million pounds to the taxpayer and welfare charities.

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