Absolutely! In fact, it is best to have both as a safeguard for your pet’s first-line and second-line of identification. Both microchips and Pawnec function in different stages of a missing pet’s recovery cycle.
Biochips can only be scanned in participating veterinary clinics, animal control agencies or shelters. Whereas Pawnec can be scanned by practically anyone with a smartphone and an internet connection --- isn’t that more than half of the people on the planet?
More importantly, the time, space and effort between your pet going missing and the lucky chance of ending up in a microchip-scanning equipped animal/impounding shelter is where and when Pawnec can help. That is why Pawnec is your pet’s first-line of identification. We don’t want your pet to unnecessarily go through the traumatic experience of --- missing pet purgatory --- neither found nor dead. But a microchip is still a recommended backup when all else fails.
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