Microchips are tiny transponders, (about the size of a grain of rice), that can be safely implanted by vets, rescues and breeders to help identify your pet. When a lost dog is found, one of the first steps that is taken is to scan and check for a microchip.
Existing microchips are expensive and unreliable. Only 5% of dogs in the US are microchipped.
52% of implanted microchips are never registered to their owners due to hidden registration fees and obsolete technology platforms.
Enter, Fi Nano which is ISO certified, internationally compatible with all scanners, and free to register and update for life with owners information from any smartphone or computer.
When a dog is found who uses a Fi Nano chip, we provide a safe messaging system (your information will not be shared directly) to contact the owner directly.
If your pup has not been microchipped, Is Fi Nano Available Near Me? will provide steps to finding a provider.