Micro-chipping your pet is necessary to keep it permanently ID’d

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YORK, Pa.-- Nowadays, having your pet micro-chipped is one of the best options to keep track of your animal.

The chip also keeps your animal permanently identified in the case that your animal gets away.

Police have the ability to identify your animal through the microchip.

Today on FOX43 Morning News, Dr. Bill Lewis of the Lincoln Highway Veterinary Clinic is stopping by the set to talk more about the benefits of micro-chipping.

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