Lost then found in less than 2 hours! Why Registered microchips Matter
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Last Updated: August 2, 2015
“No matter how careful you are, animals can get out and if they are not chipped it be lost forever.” These are the wise words of pet lovers, Deanne McCullough. Deanne knows only too well the ability of the animals from escaping at home – she recently lost her beloved Border Collie / Heeler mix Queensland, Jocelyn. Fortunately Jocelyn had a registered microchip that can go quickly and they helped home. In fact, it was only for 2 hours away! But without her microchip, it would have a very different story …
Jocelyn means the world to Deanne and her family. In fact, the McCullough’s originally 10 years ago they adopted from the shelter as a gift for her daughter. Unfortunately Deanne died daughter away from a long and courageous battle with cancer a little over a year ago, but Deanne tells us: “. It would be really she would be killed if she had lost her dog”
when this incredibly lively and well-trained dog was so fled from home Deanne horrified. “I was shocked,” she admits. “I was on the golf course when I received a call from the vet say had a couple Jocelyn found, and brought them in.” It turned out this Good Samaritan couple had seen Jocelyn roam, took them in, and brought them to the nearest veterinary clinic to be scanned for identification. Not only Jocelyn was chipped, but their chip has been registered properly with correct information of their family!
Deanne son rushed to the veterinary clinic, lifted her beloved companion, and took her home. “Jocelyn was glad to see him again … she always wants attention!”
The McCullough could not be more pleased to have their girls at home. But they do not stay to know how she got out! “We think that the door does not lock, but we’re not sure.” Despite these small unsolved mystery Deanne is sure of one thing: “I know that microchips are incredibly important pets are not interchangeable – they are members of your family, take that extra care with protecting your children would be so, why not take it.. there with your pets? “
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