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Microchipping your pet is very important, and your pet needs to be registered, it is painless. They are not tracking devices.

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Are pit bulls agressive dogs and safe to have in your home as pets. Pit bulls have a bad reputation and are miscategorized at shelters, they make great pets

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a blockchain for pets will never work for the pet industry due to industry fragmentation, lack of transparency, lagging technology, and lack of interest

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When considering getting a pet, keep in mind that your living situation or relationship status changes you still need to be there for them.

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There is no micrcohip pet scanner for iphone, android or any smartphone device, it is impossible and always will be.

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Essential oils are currently all the craze, but some essential oils can acually be toxic and very dangerous to animals. The following explains how they can be toxic to your pet. Here we will take a look at the essential oils that are safe for pets and which are dangerous.

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How to negotiate your pet back at a shelter. Pretty F'd up that shelters can have a power trip over your pet. Kill with kindness before they kill your dog.

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Peeva has a system of automated checks and balances to prevent any pet that is already registered to not be registered in our system.

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Your pet's microchip has no purpose unless its registered in a database that is searched. This requires a nominal fee of around $20 to register a chip.

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If you don't know where your pet's microchip is supposed to be registered? How to update pet microchip. How to check your pets chip.

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