Longenbaugh Veterinary Hospital P.C.

15703 Longenbaugh, Ste. F
Houston, TX 77095

(281)856-7023

longenbaughvet.com

The HOMEAGAIN MICROCHIP

Our micro-chipping includes the $17.99 registration with HomeAgain.

HomeAgain. Always looking out for your pet.

Using a tiny microchip about the size of a grain of rice, HomeAgain connects you and your pet to a comprehensive pet recovery service that includes:

  • Proactive Pet Recovery helps you look for your pet. HomeAgain sends out lost pet alerts to veterinarians, shelters, and Pet Rescuers surrounding the area in which your pet was lost. HomeAgain also allows you to easily create a "Lost Pet" poster that you can print and post in the neighborhood
  •  24/7 Emergency Medical Assistance through the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center hotline (a $55 value, free to HomeAgain members)
  •  Complimentary Lost Pet Medical Insurance covers your lost pet for up to $3,000 of emergency medical treatment (less a $50 deductible) for injuries your pet suffers while lost, upon proof of a lost pet incident. Once enrolled in HomeAgain, call to activate your pet's insurance coverage.
  •   Pet ID Cards with pet's name, microchip number, photo, vet information and emergency clinic contact information to carry in your wallet

Enroll your pet today. 

The size of the HomeAgain microchip is one of its most significant features. About the size of a grain of rice (approximately 12mm), the microchip is so small it cannot be seen once it has been implanted. Thanks to this small size, the actual implantation of the microchip is quite easy. Your veterinarian simply injects it beneath the surface of the skin between the shoulder blades, like a routine shot. The process takes only a few seconds, is virtually painless, and requires no special treatment or anesthetic.

For life

Finally, and most importantly, the HomeAgain microchip has no batteries or internal energy source so it will last the life of your pet. After implantation, the microchip remains inactive until it is read with a scanner - the low radio frequency emitted by the scanner provides the microchip with the power necessary to transmit its unique code and positively identify the animal. Thus, the microchip itself has no internal power and will be able to transmit the ID code for the life of the animal.

For more information on the home again microchip contact us today!

Longenbaugh Veterinary Hospital | Home Again Microchip