Puppy ID Kit - Indi Minichips with Prepaid Enrollments

Puppy ID Kit - Indi Minichips with Prepaid Enrollments
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QuickScan 650 Microchip Scanner and 25 15-digit, 134.2 kHz (ISO) pet microchips with prepaid, lifetime recovery service enrollment.
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  • Microchip scanner that reads all microchip frequencies
  • Microchips in a ready-to-use, 15 gauge pre-sterilized syringe with silicone-coated needle; 15-digit, 134.2 kHz (ISO) frequency
  • Includes prepaid enrollment forms and adhesive microchip ID labels
There is no additional charge to enroll a microchip with prepaid enrollment with AKC Reunite for as long as the pet's ownership is not transferred. Microchips with prepaid enrollments are not eligible for Enrollment Rewards Program points.
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.