About the chip

How does BeUNO PET differ from any other microchip?

Traditional microchips are read exclusively with veterinary readers and store only the identification number, which must then be entered into a database to identify them. BeUNO PET stands out from other microchips thanks to [...]

My cat is always in the house. Why do I need to microchip him?

The microchipping of indoor cats, despite their predominantly indoor lifestyle, is recommended for a number of reasons, even in the case of no outdoor access. Foremost, unpredictable circumstances, like human error or the accidental opening [...]

What information is on a pet’s chip?

The microchip is required by law to contain a unique identification number, which is linked to the pet owner's contact information and acts as a link to a national or international database where this information [...]

What benefits does microchipping have?

A microchip provides a permanent form of identification for the animal. It contains a unique identification number that can be scanned by veterinary clinics, animal shelters, and animal control officers.  In addition, microchips are internationally [...]

How long does a microchip last on my pet?

Microchips are designed to last the lifetime of the animal to which they are implanted. The information stored on the microchip, such as the unique identification number, remains intact for at least 25 years, well [...]

Is it mandatory by law to microchip my pet?

Microchipping pets is now mandatory in many regions around the world, such as in most EU countries, UK, Australia or some states USA. This is becoming more common worldwide. The specific requirements can vary slightly [...]

Go to Top