HOW DOES PET CSI® DNA TESTING COMPARE TO MICROCHIPS?

  • No microchip standards or regulations in the U.S.

  • No central microchip database in the U.S.

  • Microchips can fail due to scanning and human error.

  • Microchips become undetectable due to animal struggle, matted fur and metal collars.

  • Failed detection can lead to euthanasia at shelters.

  • Microchips can lead to health problems such as cancerous tumors, infection and hair loss.

  • DNA is a biological “standard” and cannot be changed or altered by any manufacturer.

  • DNA registration is cost effective at around $30.00 per dog.

  • The DNA World Pet Registry is a centralized database,

  • DNA analysis does not fail like electronic devices.

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

  • DNA is obtained via a non-invasive cheek swab with no pain to the animal.


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