Google can find Pet RFID Chips once they're registered at Chippedpets.com
For free, you can register your pet's chip or tattoo, and in a week, Google will return whatever information you enter when someone searches your pet's chip.
If you ever thought it would be great for RFID's to be searchable in Google without drilling down into a proprietary web site like Home Again – this is neat. Chippedpets.com will allow veterinarians, emergency clinics, or regular folks to help find your pet simply by keying in the scanned RFID code and Google returns the Chippedpets.com entry.
Now you can find a pet's RFID registration simply by entering into the search in Google.
Chippedpets.com: Backed up daily, and submitted to the search engines one a week, this is an easy-to-find site.
Chippedpets.com is a new web site that allows the public to register their pet's RFID 'chips' online in such a way as to allow Google to show the pet's origins and owners simply by entering the RFID Chip code into the database. The site backs up daily and is presented to the search engines weekly for better ranking.
Searching for pet chip ID codes online has been an expense in the past but Chippedpets.com is free of charge.
We recommend that you enter your pet's RFID code but instead of using your full contact data, use your work phone number, or a burner-email address or better still: Your vet's information. How does that work?
Someone enters your pet's RFID chip code into Google and your listing at Chippedpets.com is returned. The person seeking you out as the pet's owner sees your pet's name and Rabies tag number or information leading to your VET, not your personal details.
They contact your vet and present them with the pet's name, Rabies tag number or even the chip and the Vet puts you guys together lickity split.
Searching pet RFID tags / chips online has never been so easy. Chippedpets.com is a free pet chip registry. Finding your pet's RFID identification chip using Google is now a possibility. Learn how at Chippedpets.com
Dr Johnson writes a brief article with video of the phenomenon, as an explanation for why overweight cats often "chew the air" (and anything else they can reach) when you scratch the top of their tails.
Here's a link to "My Cat Bites Me or The Air When I Scratch His Tail Top"
Excerpted from this candid and accurate article:
"When a dog is eventually at a healthy weight it will get PICKY about dry dog food. If we left it at that, our dogs would never get fat.
At that point it’s your call whether you mix something in the dry food to coaxe a lean dog to eat, or simply let her eat per her needs, and stay lean.
“She stopped liking her food. She just wouldn’t eat it.”
This is because they don’t NEED many calories when they’re mostly indoors, lean and healthy."
Dr Johnson goes over how a dog should eat and describes the "figure" most dogs should have. This makes it easier for owners of "heavy" dogs to recognize the problem.
Here's the "How Your Dog Should Eat" Article on DrJohnson.com