My vet does not recommend tattooing anymore.
He goes strictly with the Home Again microchip. According to him,
Home Again will provide a free scanner to any rescue or dog control
agency. Don't know if this applies nationally or just central Florida.
When I had Kemo chipped, they gave me a small plastic id. So assuming
his collar is intact, he has an id badge along with a the tag that
says he is chipped.
But I still question the need for tattooing. Maybe if I get a dog with
a more roving eye.
>I've have heard that tattoo's can be changed, is this true? I understand
>micro chipping is more effective. I have decided to go with one of these two,
>but was not sure which, maybe it would be best to have both done.
>I supose there will always be underhanded people who will figure a way to get
>around these devices.
>Do you have Omaha's 1-800 #? I used to get this catalog years ago, I'd like
>to get it again and compare prices to Jeffers which is the company I've been