But for me, Sasha is the closest I may get to having a child of my own (somewhat sad, I know). When I got her a few years ago as a puppy, I made sure that I carved out time to spend bonding with her, training her and just making sure she was a great addition to my household.
It's a REALLY tiny microchip (about the size of a grain of rice). It's also a simple procedure that takes just a second for a qualified person to do.
So, if you're in central Indiana and want to have your pet microchipped, today only the Indianapolis Humane Society is offering low-cost microchipping from 10 AM to 2 PM. For a minimum donation of just $7, your furry child can be microchipped! If you can put a price on the love that comes from those wet nose-nuzzles, let's just say $7 is a STEAL, folks!