The microchip doesn't have an internal battery or power source. In fact, most of the time it's inactive. When the microchip scanner is passed over it, the microchip gets enough power from the scanner to transmit the pet's ID number. Since there's no battery and no moving parts, there's nothing to wear out or replace. The microchip will last your pet's lifetime.
- My pet is already microchipped, but how do I know if he is enrolled?
- Is it safe for my pet to have a microchip inside his body?
- I have already enrolled with HomeAgain some time ago. Am I entitled to the new services?
- When I had my pet microchipped with HomeAgain, my vet gave me a collar tag with my pet's microchip ID on it. How do I get a new one?
- What is HomeAgain?