Microchip pays off and Poodle Makes it Home
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Last Updated: August 15, 2015
It was a beautiful summer day in Northern California … the air was warm and the sun was shining. Shelley Lucas spent her afternoon cleaning the house and clearing out her craft room. It was a little stuffy, so she decided to open the screen door to let in the soft summer breeze. Unbeknownst to Shelley, let in fresh air also meant letting her miniature poodle, Finn! And just like that, he was gone.
This is a year old mini an extremely friendly and outgoing dog. “He likes to lick you all the time,” Shelley tells us. Finn and Shelley are all very close (and your other 3 dogs and 5 cats!) “. He is my dog, so that he is very connected to me”
Despite their inseparable connection, Shelley and her companions live on 3 acres of land, so that an open door can easily mean out of the house and into a new area. One minute Shelley was work to be done around the house, and the next minute she was getting a phone call from the shelter.
It was four clock in the afternoon, when the shelter called Shelley’s cell phone. It was in her bedroom, so she does not hear ring. She also received a text that their details at the shelter is there. Once Shelley checked her cell phone, she was shocked: “. My first thought was that he, so I wondered why they did not just bring him home his followers to” It turns out that had Finn’s ID tag dissolve (as opposed to a microchip, it is not a permanent form of animal identification), so that when a Good Samaritan found him around, she took him to the nearest shelter for help.
No collar, no problem! The shelter was Finn to scan for a microchip, and as soon as the 15-digit number appeared it was in a national microchip search engine where Found Animals’ information was to sit down. It helped to find the shelter Shelley’s contact information and all within seconds!
“I feel pretty positive about the fact that my pet microchip. I’m glad I did it.”
Shelley other Dogs were happy that Finn was microchipped, too! When he came home, all the dogs were excited to play together. (The cat watched from the sidelines.)
Finn happy reunion story is all registered thanks to its microchip. As so often we see Collars and tags can fall out of our pets. A microchip is the only way to make sure your dog or cat identified 100% of the time, and gives them a much greater chance at home if they lost. You can celebrate your pets for free in the Found Animals Registry Register today or check out www.foundanimals.org for more information!