Microchips help bring lost pets home

04/20/2011 | East Valley Tribune (Mesa, Ariz.)

Data from the American Humane Association show that at least 10 million cats and dogs are stolen or lost each year in the U.S., a figure that underscores the importance of having pets microchipped, this article notes. A JAVMA study showed that 52% of missing dogs with microchips were reunited with their owners, compared with 22% of dogs that had not been microchipped.

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