Micro-chipping

Changes in dog control legislation mean that from 1st of July 2007, all newly registered dogs must be micro-chipped.

Microchipping is an option more cat owners are choosing to do as well.

Microchippping is a very simple procedure.  The microchip is about the size of a grain of rice which and is implanted under your pet’s skin between the shoulder blades, at the base of your dog’s neck. It contains a unique number providing a secure and reliable way of identifying it.  Many owners choose to have their pet microchipped at vaccination or neutering stage.

We highly recommend you register your cat and/or dog’s microchip number on the NZ Animal Companion Register for $15.00 – Our staff can arrange this for you.  This loads your pets details on the national microchip database; and if your pet is found injured or lost anywhere in NZ, and taken to a vet or picked up by a dog control officer, it will automatically be scanned and you will be contacted, saving a lot of unnecessary concern.

Microchip Cat/Pet Doors

 

Sure Petcare Microchip pet doors stop intruder animals entering your home by only opening for your pet's existing identification microchipNo more unwanted visitors with the Sure Pet CareFlap (click her for more information)

Sure Petcare pet doors recognise the ID chip already implanted in your cat or dod; making unwanted visitors a thing of the past.  Your home becomes a secure environment for your pet, leading to a happier, more relaxed animal.

Works with your cat's existing microchip
Compatible with 9, 10 and 15 digit microchips
No collar or tag to get lost or snagged
Robust door and lock keep out unwanted feline visitors
Fits into the hole left by many existing cat doors
Tunnel design prevents intruder cats from pulling the door open
Magnetic latch prevents the door from flapping in the wind
Battery operated - typical battery life up to 12 months
Low battery indicator light
Elegant modern design

 

Microchip Cat Door
Microchip Cat Door
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