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Scared of losing the one you love? Get them microchipped. (Pete Wedderburn, The Telegraph, 15/02/16)
The source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/pets/news-features/scared-of-losing-the-one-you-love-get-them-microchipped/
First, there are national and local websites and social media pages dedicated to posting information about lost and found dogs. So if you lose a pet, this is the focused place to post information, and if anyone finds a wandering dog, this is where they're most likely to search for lost animals that match their found dog's description.
Second, technology can now be used to deal with the lost dog problem. While GPS-enabled tracking dog collars are available, they're still pricey enough (at around £200 plus £80 per year SIM card fees) and most people don't see them as a priority in their lives (nobody worries about their dog going missing until its too late).
The simpler technology of a microchip transponder injected under the skin is a different story. It's cheap, effective and proven to work. Once dogs are microchipped, they are easily identifiable, with a fifteen digit number that's linked to their owner via an internet database.
There are just two problems, highlighted recently by the British Veterinary Association. First, currently just 30% of dogs are microchipped: while it's hoped that compulsory microchipping will dramatically change this, who's going to enforce it? Are uniformed officials going to trawl the housing estates of urban areas, scanning dogs and collecting fines for unchipped dogs? I don't think so.
Second, a microchip only contains a fifteen digit number: if that number is not linked via a database to an owner's contact details, it's useless. Over 20 per cent of dogs that are chipped cannot be reunited with their owners because the information on the database is incorrect.
If everyone gets their dogs microchipped - and keeps their contact details up to date – the entire issue of lost dogs could become history. And nobody will mourn lost dog radio – or, for that matter, lost dog social media.