The weather in Sri Lanka is pretty warm & humid (and our furry friends are noticing it bad). It's probably a good time to be thinking about ways we can help keep our pets cool.
A microchip is a glass bead about the size of a grain of rice which is implanted between an animal’s shoulder blades.
It contains a radio transmitter, an antenna, and a computer chip with a 15-digit code (ISO chips). The information contained in a microchip has to be read by a scanner -- it is not a GPS system that will allow you to track and locate your pet.
As a standard practice in live animal transportation, you could familiarize your pet with the travel crate she will be traveling in a few days in advance of the trip. You must also reduce the amount of food you give your pet prior to the actual flight to avoid any potential gastrointestinal distress and help keep the travel crate free from waste. The primary concern during flight is adequate water intake to maintain proper hydration.
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