Microchips are small instruments that classify the radio frequency (roughly the size of a rice grain). Under the pets' skin, a microchip is inserted, and each chip holds a special id. This number can be identified by a scanning system and is then connected to your contact information on a pet recovery database. The process of inserting a microchip typically requires a swift and relatively painless injection between the shoulder blades of a pet.
Microchips are, sadly, highly limited in their application. For you to locate your dog, carry him to a veterinarian and interpret the tag, the only possible way to make use of a microchip is. A microchip for dogs is of no use when you are on the lookout for your lost dog. Microchips are of no benefit in recovering your missing dog in this way.
A GPS tracker includes a GPS antenna and other essential components that enable the system to use GPS satellites to find itself elsewhere in the world. Mostly with the aid of the local cellular network, the measured positioning coordinates are then sent from the transmitter to the Tractive servers and to the Tractive GPS app on your smartphone, just like sending a Text message. For this reason, in over 150 nations worldwide, the tracker operates across any spectrum and includes a subscription plan.
It can be a terrifying feeling to lose your dog. I suggest using any of the following to ensure your dog is never lost again:
- Identification collar tags with your clearly identifiable name and phone number.
- A GPS dog tracker that helps you to monitor your dog in real-time if it leaves your sight.
- Microchip implant for purposes of identification.
- Your fuzzy buddy will always be by your side this way.