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Chipnumbers or transponders for registration of your animals.
€ 12,00

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Chip number
The chip number (also called transponder) in Europe consists of 15 digits. The first three digits consists of a country code so that is clear in which country the animal is chipped. It could also be that the first three figure the manufacturer code is.
The first 3 digits for the Netherlands is 528 Netherlands and for Belgium 056.
After the country code the following three digits the manufacturer code of the chip. The last nine digits finally consists of a numbering which is drawn up by the manufacturer.

These chips for identification of animals comply with the ISO standard. This makes that all the chips from all manufacturers within Europe could be read by all brands chipreaders.

Please note that these smaller chips have a smaller reading distance than the standard 2x12 mm chip. Normally, this chip is used for smaller animals such as reptiles, etc.

These chips meets the ISO 11784/85, FDX-B standards.

Animal chips may only be placed by professionals or users who have followed a course.

User manual
1. make sure that the animal is not already microchipped
2. scan the new chip in the needle and check the ID number
3. remove the protective sleeve of the needle
4. implant the chip on the location prescribed for the animal, at alpacas this happened usually left in the neck, but nowadays at the base of the left ear. For more information read more under ' chip the animal '.
5. scan again after inserting the chip

Supplied material
ISO transponder 1.4 mm x 8 mm with country code 528,
sterile disposable implanter,
6 barcode stickers

Chip the animal
Alpaca Association Benelux chose to standardize the location for putting the microchip. The microchip should be at the base of the left ear. The advantages are that the microchip can not migrate, and scanning is easy because there is little wool on this place. Important is that most other alpaca-herd books use this location also. The left ear base is the global standard.

Placing the microchip is as follows.
A helper holds the animal fixed at the head. While one person stands behind the head of the animal, the left ear is held with the left hand. With the other hand you feel a soft dimple under skin at the base of the ear. This dimple is a beautiful subcutaneous place for implantation of a microchip. Locate this dimple good by gently pressing with finger or thumb. The needle of the chip plant with a quiet movement under the skin. Bring in the needle not to deep, but just deep enough for a subcutaneous injection.

Alternatively the skin at the base of the ear can be pulled up between thumb and index finger. However, this is not possible at all the animals. If done correctly, the animal will not suffer from this action. If the ear itself would be hit, there may be a small bit of blood. However, this is never to that extent that it is a risk to the animal. In this case, press a few minutes on the puncture site.

The younger the animal, the less space there is to place the chip, and the bigger the risk on damage the ear. However, if injecting the microchip with caution, there's no reason for this not to do it at an early age. 
Inserting a microchip is legally a veterinary act.

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