While we never like to think of our beloved pets getting lost, it is important to have ways to identify them and contact you in the event that it happens. National Microchip Month in June is all about pets — and ensuring they are safely implanted with a little chip so they can be traced if they go missing.
Everyone knows how easy it can be to lose track of your pup, even for a second; our little spaniels love to chase squirrels or lizards and generally explore… This month aims to reduce pet owners’ stress and worry if their pets go missing by encouraging microchipping. We have all seen those heartwarming stories of lost pups being reunited to their grateful and heartbroken owners even after many years…
ALL Cavalier Rescue of Florida rescue pups are microchipped before being ready for adoption. It is more than just returning pets to their forever family in the case that they are separated. Pet identification can be important for the safety and medical needs of your pet. If there is any important information regarding medical or health complications, that data can be stored on the chip and alert a vet in case they are discovered without their owners.
If your Cavalier King Charles Spaniel wanders out or goes missing, alert CRF immediately. They might have been newly adopted and not familiar with the neighborhood.
Remember CRF is registered on the microchip. And, we can notify our vast CRF volunteer and foster network (and their animal loving friends) to assist with the search for your beloved Blenheim, Ruby, Tri-color or Black and Tan.
Love, the Cavies! Xo