Our microchips are 134.2 kHz, the ISO world standard. Considering a Canadian dog was once re-united with its person after being found in Portugal, it’s important to have a world standard.
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Our scanners are universal, reading all frequencies of microchips (125 kHz, 128 kHz, 134.2 kHz). If your scanner isn’t universal, you’re only able to find some microchips in pets, and unable to re-unite others with their people.
Compact Max Scanner
A lightweight, portable scanner best for mobile units.
Omni Max Scanner
An entry-level scanner recommended for light to moderate applications.
ISO Max V Scanner
Our highest performance, top-of-the-line model for heavy duty and critical shelter applications.
Xtend Max Scanner
Designed to keep you out of harm’s way while working with fractious animals.
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The sole purpose of our registry is to return pets to their people. It’s free for pet professionals and pet owners alike. Even transfers and updates come at no cost. There are no gimmicks and no hidden fees.
Benefits of our free registry:
Free to the pet professional and pet owner
Batch upload microchip registrations for customers
Call, text and email pet owners with one click
Sound the alarm with rescues, emergency contacts, and vets
Are microchips effective in getting lost pets home?Go
What is the recommended microchip frequency?Go
How do I determine if my scanners read all frequencies of microchip?Go
What can my organization do to maximize the potential of microchips?Go
How do I create a Shelter/Veterinarian Account in the Found Animals Registry®?Go
Last updated on 10/10/15
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