Comparison chart: Veterinary ID microchips

April 28, 2019
Brendan Howard, Business Channel Director

Brendan Howard oversees veterinary business, practice management and life-balance content for dvm360.com, dvm360 magazine, Firstline and Vetted, and plans the Practice Management track at all three Fetch dvm360 conferences.Brendan has proudly served under the Veterinary Economics and dvm360 banners for more than 10 years. Before that, he worked as a journalist, writer and editor at Entrepreneur magazine and a top filmed entertainment magazine in Southern California. Brendan received a Masters in English Literature from University of California, Riverside, in 1999.

dvm360, dvm360 July 2019, Volume 50, Issue 6

A few of the big pet microchip companies provided us details about their current products. Curious if there's any reason to switch your choice? Check 'em out ...

Some veterinary practices implant very few microchips and leave it all to rescue groups and animal shelters. Other hospitals use it as a part of their packages for new adoptions, puppies and kittens. Whichever way your hospital swings, here are a few details on players in the market to compare ...

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