Single Indi Minichip

Single Indi Minichip
$15.95 per microchip
Single ISO+ pet microchip in a ready-to-use, pre-sterilized syringe.
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  • Silicone-coated, 15-gauge needle for easy implantation
  • Includes enrollment form and adhesive microchip ID label
  • 15-digit, 134.2 kHz (ISO) frequency
  • ISO (15-digit, 134.2 kHz) microchips are recommended for pets that may travel to Europe or Canada. The following microchip scanners read the ISO microchip 134.2 kHz frequency: AKC Reunite ProScan 700; AKC Reunite QuickScan 650; HomeAgain Universal Worldscan; Datamars IMAX5; Green AVID 1034/3 MiniTracker 3.
Subsequent lifetime microchip enrollment in AKC Reunite Recovery Service is $24.95 ($19.50 online or $17.50 in the HUB.) When standard enrollment fee is paid, a point is earned in our Enrollment Rewards Program. Points are redeemable for select AKC Reunite products.
ABOUT INDI MINI-CHIPS:  Because Indi Mini-chips are only 8mm long, they have a smaller antenna than a traditional 12mm microchip. By nature, the smaller antenna has a somewhat shorter read range than a standard-sized microchip. Since the scanner has to be closer to the pet to detect and read a minichip, please consider the following before choosing any minichip:
  • To ensure a microchip is readable for the life of the pet, it is critically important to consider the adult characteristics of the pet when choosing a microchip for a puppy or kitten.
  • The indi minichip is ideal for cats, birds, guinea pigs, ferrets, and dogs with smooth and short coats and thinner skin with no thick skin folds.
  • This product is NOT recommended for horses, pets with dense or long coats, pets with thick folds of skin or in pets with a potential to become obese.
Your dedicated microchip representative can help you determine if the indi minichip is right for your pet microchipping program needs. Please call 800-252-7894 if you need further assistance.
FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY:  These devices should be used only as directed and only for their intended use. The microchip should be administered by or under the direct supervision of a veterinarian and in accordance with any state and local statutes and regulations applicable to microchips and their implantation.