MICROCHIP

  • No microchip standards or U.S. regulations

  • Intentional incompatibility in the marketplace.

  • Microchip wands/scanners are relatively expensive.

  • No central microchip database in the U.S.

  • Each manufacturer maintains its own database.

  • Microchips can fail or become undetectable.

  • Scanning failure & Human error.

  • Chip migration to another part of the body.

  • Animal fear and struggle.

  • Matted fur and metal collars also interfere.

  • Failed detection can lead to euthanasia at shelters.

  • Microchip lead to health problems.

  • Invasive medical procedure

  • Cancerous tumors and hairless

  • Infection and swelling at injection site.

  • A Microchip is NOT a GPS tracking device

  • A Microchip does NOT provide DNA.

  • A Microchip does NOT provide visual ID.

  • A Microchip REQUIRES a vet visit.

  • A Microchip does NOT store vital records

  • A Microchip does NOT notify owner

  • Microchip Cost + Veterinarian Visit Cost

  • Microchip scanners are not easily available to the public.

BIOTECH PET

  • DNA is a biomedical “standard”.

  • DNA cannot be changed or altered by any manufacturer.

  • DNA registration is cost effective

  • BIOTECH PET is a centralized database

  • Securely store all genetic data.

  • Fast & Accurate DNA Identity match for shelters & pet owners.

  • DNA is an inborn trait

  • DNA analysis does not fail like electronic devices.

  • DNA can be found in saliva, fur, feces, skin & blood.

  • Euthanasia due to failed detection would never occur.

  • DNA is obtained via a simple cheek swab.

  • Non-Invasive medical procedure

  • No pain to the animal.

  • No negative effects.

DNA Can Provide*
  • 100% Positive Identification alive or deceased
  • Sex*

  • Genetic Traits*

  • Breed Type Within Your Pet*

  • Predisposition Health*

  • Parentage*

Note: These are optional

QR Code Technology Can Provide
  • GPS Lost & Found Tracking

  • Owner Notifications

  • Visual Identification

  • Vital Records Storage & Sharing