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    This is an informational video of the microchip system I just had Walter get today. This explains how easy this is to use… and it only cost me $49, that is a ONE-TIME Lifetime fee… NO annual fees.

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    I love this idea way better than just a scan at a vet or shelter. Hope there are honest people out there that will report they found my baby. But this cuts out the middle man and if by chance collar get lost still can be scanned. Love it thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mia Amor View Post
    I love this idea way better than just a scan at a vet or shelter. Hope there are honest people out there that will report they found my baby. But this cuts out the middle man and if by chance collar get listed still can be scanned. Love it thank you.

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    I LOVE the idea that it can be done from a computer… most people have access to a computer or a smartphone.

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    Next time I need one... this is the way to go! thanks Tracey!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    Next time I need one... this is the way to go! thanks Tracey!
    Oh I agree… I'm so pissed!!! Roxie has HomeAgain and I just paid $17.99 for their "Annual Fee". What a rip off!!!

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    Chance was micro chipped at 8 weeks a little more stress taken off my shoulders and another way to prove that it is your dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddnene View Post
    Oh I agree… I'm so pissed!!! Roxie has HomeAgain and I just paid $17.99 for their "Annual Fee". What a rip off!!!
    Well, Well Well. EBN did it again. Going to the Advanced Search I found my information. I took the boys today to get microchip. Emmitt went first. Rogan and I waited in the lobby. The receptionist told me what a great idea it is with Bulldogs. The phone rang and she talked some more. Then when she finished I said do you chip check all new dogs? She said No. Out came Emmitt and we're ready for Rogan. I was like WTF. If the vet does not check are we suppose to hope they end up in a shelter or wondering around and a stranger has a chip checker?
    The boys both have HomeAgain. I'm going to go with the $49 route for each. Now I feel like an idiot for taking them to begin with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphieBoy View Post
    Well, Well Well. EBN did it again. Going to the Advanced Search I found my information. I took the boys today to get microchip. Emmitt went first. Rogan and I waited in the lobby. The receptionist told me what a great idea it is with Bulldogs. The phone rang and she talked some more. Then when she finished I said do you chip check all new dogs? She said No. Out came Emmitt and we're ready for Rogan. I was like WTF. If the vet does not check are we suppose to hope they end up in a shelter or wondering around and a stranger has a chip checker?
    The boys both have HomeAgain. I'm going to go with the $49 route for each. Now I feel like an idiot for taking them to begin with.
    I had mine chipped a few months ago and we also did HomeAgain. I think they're the most widely used?
    Anyway, @RalphieBoy shelters are supposed to check for chips, but I don't think any vet offices do unless someone brings in dog/cat that was found.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphieBoy View Post
    Well, Well Well. EBN did it again. Going to the Advanced Search I found my information. I took the boys today to get microchip. Emmitt went first. Rogan and I waited in the lobby. The receptionist told me what a great idea it is with Bulldogs. The phone rang and she talked some more. Then when she finished I said do you chip check all new dogs? She said No. Out came Emmitt and we're ready for Rogan. I was like WTF. If the vet does not check are we suppose to hope they end up in a shelter or wondering around and a stranger has a chip checker?
    The boys both have HomeAgain. I'm going to go with the $49 route for each. Now I feel like an idiot for taking them to begin with.
    I agree w/you… the system ONLY works if the vets offices actually use it. That's why I love the Save This Life chip because you don't have to take them to the vets, just google that number on ANY computer and all the information you need will come up.

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    @ddnene I'm very confused by all these microchips. Is there a universal scanner that works for all of them?

    I thought the point of microchipping is if someone finds your pet and brings them to a vet or shelter, then they'll scan.
    Are you guys saying vet offices don't scan lost animals that are brought in?


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    Quote Originally Posted by nycbullymama View Post
    @ddnene I'm very confused by all these microchips. Is there a universal scanner that works for all of them?

    I thought the point of microchipping is if someone finds your pet and brings them to a vet or shelter, then they'll scan.
    Are you guys saying vet offices don't scan lost animals that are brought in?
    From what I know the scanners work on ALL microchips, the chip Wally has also has a tag w/a number on it… that is where anyone can just google that number and our info comes up. I have a good friend that works in our local animal control, from what she has said they always scan a dog that comes into animal control (owner drop-off or stray). I honestly do NOT believe that vet clinics routinely scan dogs… IMO they should if it's a new client. You would THINK that they would just do this and question the results if somebody's of a different name would come up. Boggles my mind, I mean really what is the point?!!

    OH and here's another thing that I heard… a van was found w/stray dogs that were actually stolen from homes. Inside of the van they found equipment that they use to REMOVE microchips from dogs This wasn't in TN I don't believe, but we have had a rash of dog-nappings in our area in the warmer months. Scary...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddnene View Post
    From what I know the scanners work on ALL microchips, the chip Wally has also has a tag w/a number on it… that is where anyone can just google that number and our info comes up. I have a good friend that works in our local animal control, from what she has said they always scan a dog that comes into animal control (owner drop-off or stray). I honestly do NOT believe that vet clinics routinely scan dogs… IMO they should if it's a new client. You would THINK that they would just do this and question the results if somebody's of a different name would come up. Boggles my mind, I mean really what is the point?!!

    OH and here's another thing that I heard… a van was found w/stray dogs that were actually stolen from homes. Inside of the van they found equipment that they use to REMOVE microchips from dogs This wasn't in TN I don't believe, but we have had a rash of dog-nappings in our area in the warmer months. Scary...

    Ok, I see what you mean now.

    I was talking with my vet, asking her how the microchips are removed, she said surgically and they'd need to be under anesthesia. Poor dogs, can't imagine how much it must of hurt them.. oh god..


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