Would You Bet the Life of
Your Pet on its Microchip?
Pam Fernicola ................................
Nugget the lost cat was euthanized after shelter personnel failed to detect the microchip that was imbedded in her. Today’s guest Pam Fernicola founder of Mobile Pet Microchipping shares Nugget's story, why you should microchip your pets and as importantly why you should check the microchip periodically and more!
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Pam Fernicola, founder of Mobile Pet Microchipping has loved animals all of her life. The loss of Nugget the Cat and then finding a beautiful German Shepherd puppy with no tags, no microchips or other form of identification inspired Pam to make a pledge to do everything she could to prevent animals from being lost and not returned to their owners. Pam knew microchipping a pet is essential to pet recovery, and, that its use increases the chances of a lost pet being recovered. Pam founded Mobile Pet Microchipping which serves Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Bernardino, Riverside, San Diego, and Orange counties of Southern California.