Datamars Equine Slim Microchip 10ct. Box
DATAMARS - Datamars RFID T-SL Slim microchips come in both USDA 840 and Standard 981 version that does not require a premise id number to order.
Microchip implantation in horses has gained considerable traction in recent years. As myths regarding microchips have been disproved, attitudes regarding microchipping among horsemen have improved dramatically. Horse owners now have a heightened awareness regarding the safety, reliability, and ease of implantation of microchips.
Datamars RFID T-SL Slim microchips come in both USDA 840 and Standard 981 version that does not require a premise id number to order. Both give Equine/Deer/Elk permanent and unique identification. Implantation with thin,14 gauge needle. The Datamars T-SL Slim microchip cannot be falsified or changed. Each is as small as a thin grain of rice, weighs a fraction of standard glass microchips and contains a permanent ID code that is unique to that animal. Sold in Box of 10.
FEATURES / BENEFITS
Sold for a great price, Datamars T-SL Slim microchips conform to ISO standards 11784 & 11785 which regulate the radio frequency identification (RFID) of animals.
Datamars RFID Microchips can be read by any ISO compliant scanner.
Material and description: Bio-compatible, FDA-approved SLIM polymer encapsulated microchip contains an individual, preprogrammed ID code in accordance with ISO Standards 11784/11785.
Special feature: our premium product: The Slim transponder has a thin, 14 gauge needle which allows for smooth, gentle implantation with minimal penetration force. Our special “No Return Click” syringe blocks the injector once depressed, stopping the microchip from being sucked back into the piston.
Package: each microchip is pre-loaded into a ready-to-use disposable syringe and detachable needle, sterilized by EtO gas and individually packed. Each microchip comes with a collar tag with the corresponding microchip number printed on the front of the tag.
The only bio-polymer microchip in the market!
Scan for an existing chip with a universal scanner.
Shave and disinfect the implantation site. Utilizing a local block can help alleviate patient discomfort. Consider mild sedation for especially fractious horses.
Scan the chip prior to insertion. Verify that it does not start with 900, 911, or 999, and check that it matches paperwork. Implant the microchip into the nuchal ligament, halfway between the poll and the withers, on the horse’s left side.
After insertion, scan the injection site with a universal reader to confirm the placement and number of the chip.