What is a microchip?
A puppy microchip is a small, rice-sized device that is implanted under the skin of a puppy. It contains a unique identification number that can be read by a scanner. The main benefit of a microchip is that it provides a permanent form of identification for the puppy, which can aid in reuniting the animal with its owner if it gets lost or stolen. It is a safe and simple procedure for the puppy, and it can be done by a veterinarian.
Additionally, many shelters and animal control facilities have scanners that can read microchips, so if a lost puppy is brought to one of these facilities, they will be able to quickly identify the owner and return the animal.
Your puppy from B'Lee's Kennel will come microchipped, all that you have to do is register the number online to identify the puppy as belonging to you and your family.