SmartChip for Microchip Implanters
Since all dogs need to have an up-to-date microchip fitted, there is a huge demand for trained and qualified microchip implanters to help give pet owners peace of mind. Here at SmartChip, we provide professional microchip implanters with the microchip training and pet chips they need to keep dogs, cats, ferrets, rabbits and horses safe. Our microchip numbers are easily traceable, so there’s a higher chance of being reunited with a pet that is fitted with one of our pet chips.
Instant Lost and Stolen Pet Flagging
With SmartChip, you can be assured that the impeccable customer service doesn’t stop when you’ve fitted the pet with its chip. We offer 24/7 customer service and every customer will have a dedicated pet recovery agent should a pet go missing. All of our microchips are also linked to the SmartTrace database, which means they have the added benefit of an instant lost and stolen pet flagging system. This means that if the pet is found and scanned by a vet, animal warden or rescue shelter using a microchip scanner, they will be instantly informed that the pet has been marked as missing and provide up-to-date contact information to help speed up the reunification process.
Easy to Use Personal Dashboard
A common problem that many microchip implanters face is that they hand over the pet chip registration to the owner, but then the owner is unable to update their contact details when they move house or change their phone number. Since all SmartChip registration details are easily managed with an online account, you can offer your clients added peace of mind that they will easily be able to keep their contact details up-to-date throughout the pet’s life.
The Latest Microchipping Technology
Our microchips and mini microchips offer the latest microchipping technology that includes unique anti-migration technology. Each pet chip is coated with a specialist Parylene C coating that offers an irregular surface to allow the surrounding cells to bond to the microchip and prevent it from moving. Migrating microchips are a common reason that pets are not reunited with their owners, as pet shelters can be simply unable to locate the microchip.