This week is National Pet ID Week.
Estimates vary about the true numbers, but it is safe to say that millions of dogs and cats get lost each year. With identification, some pets make it home before they’re taken to a shelter, and some are reunited with their families thanks to the shelters scanning for a microchip. Without any identification, many pets are never reunited with their families, and sadly, many of them are euthanized due to overcrowded shelters.
Please, always keep identification on your dogs and cats. Collars can fall off, so it’s wise to also consider a microchip for your pet
. Please call us at (585) 247-7200 for more information.
You can learn more about microchips here: