Shenzhen cultivates induction chip for all dogs
Shenzhen cultivates induction chip for all dogs

When Shenzhen, China announced in May that it would provide free identification chips to all dogs before the end of the year, the device was moving towards the digitization of pets, joining the United Kingdom, Japan and Australia and the increased mandatory use of microchip dogs. country.

According to social media reports from the Shenzhen City Administration Bureau, city organizers began installing injection stations at veterinary clinics this week.

This wafer is said to be used for at least 15 years, its size is the size of a grain of rice, and grows under the skin of a dog's neck. It can be used to find lost dogs, determine dog ownership, and serve other items.

When scanned by authorized personnel, each identification code displays a unique 15-digit number that matches the dog's name and breed, as well as the owner’s identity and contact information, to reduce this location.

According to local media, the microchip is a radio frequency (RFID) chip that does not move with the dog's site, and the authorities do not store the owner's personal information.

According to the same report, the city buys pet flakes imported from American and Swedish brands while Huawei tries to phase out external semiconductor parts as part of U.S. trade sanctions.

Shenzhen City government pays for all implants. The goal is to closely monitor the increasing number of pets in the city.

According to the report, the pillows are coated with anti-slip and wear-resistant materials. This is said to have little effect on the dog's health, the entire transplant process takes a few seconds and platelets can be removed if necessary.

Although microchips are generally more expensive than other methods, Shenzhen will provide a free culture for the approximately 198,000 registered dogs in the city, with the exception of sick dogs, pregnant dogs and puppies younger than 3 months or more. Less than 2 kg.

Dogs without an identification code are classified as unlicensed dogs. Until November, those who do not receive implant will be fined or returned to the regulator.

According to official information, this city with a population of 20 million has about 200,000 cats and dogs in 2019.

According to the data, the total number of cats and dogs across the country increased by 8.4% year on year, to almost one billion in 2019.

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