Shocking question: “Do you want to shake my daughter like you hook up a cat with a dog?”

Hearing the request for a microchip, the citizen said that when he misunderstood the litter, he called the vet and made a shocking request, saying he wanted his daughter’s ear chipped.

An incredible event happened in Kocaeli. Following a misunderstanding about the microchip method used to register pets, a person called the vet and asked to have his daughter’s ear chipped. Shocked by what he heard, the vet said no microchips attached to pets had been found, only a method used to register animals.

The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry has required owners of cats, dogs and ferrets to carry a “microchip” for the animals they feed. As of this week, the ministry will send veterinarians the microchips and the vaccination reports synchronized with these chips. Pet owners will be able to have their pets microchipped for an additional 75 TL until the end of 2022.

Veterinarian Özge Altınay, who said pet chipping is confused with wearing ear tags in cattle and small cattle, said: “The cattle and small cattle groups are not microchipped. These groups of animals are registered by the provincial and district directorates of agriculture 6 months after their “This is done both to prevent the illegal entry of animals into Turkey and to detect health problems and medicines used by the animal,” he said.

Mentioning the benefits of microchip application, Altınay said, “It means that you have adopted a pet (cat, dog and ferret) and the dog is assigned a microchip number. under the skin between the animals shoulder blade.Each microchip has a number.Like our e-government, there is also a registration system for pets.The veterinarian who applied the chip to the animal, the process registration in this system “For example, you went to Van d’Izmit. Your pet must also be vaccinated or take medicine in Van. When the vet enters that microchip number into the system, they will be able to see the vaccines and treatments applied to your pet,” he said.

Explaining that the app is also important against the possibility of stealing pets that run away from home, Altınay said, “Suppose your cat ran away from home and then found it at 4 blocks away and adopted it.When that person left for the clinic, the doctor had your cat’s microchip scanned, who the animal was registered with, what vaccinations and treatments were given.Another problem is that unfortunately people are unaware when they own pets.They buy and leave the pet from the pet store like a lover doll.Once they start caring for them, they can no longer tolerate their difficulties and let them go. If this is detected by the animal’s microchip, there are very serious penalties,” he said.

“Do you want to wear it with my daughter?”
Pointing out that the microchip application does not have a GPS (location) detection function, Altınay said, “About 15 years ago, we used to apply microchips of different brands to pets. I told some news outlets that we were doing chips. Later, a gentleman from Adapazarı came and I was amazed by what he said. He said to me, “Mrs. Özge, they are kidnapping too many children from our street. I have a 3-year-old daughter. Could you please put the chip you put on the cat and the dog on my daughter’s earring? If my daughter is kidnapped, I can find her.” I was very surprised. “There is no function like this. Please know. There is no location function.” he said.

The coronavirus has also been detected in animals, the official said

The coronavirus has also been detected in animals, the official said
Uğur Cengiz Çakır, president of the Regional Chamber of Veterinarians of Thrace, said that there are different classes of coronaviruses and that animals such as calves, cats and dogs have been vaccinated not only this year but also for many years. many years, as well as this disease and made statements about the process.

The gendarmerie did not forget the stray animals during the process of

The gendarmerie did not forget the stray animals during the process of “complete closure”
In Mersin, teams affiliated with the Provincial Gendarmerie Command donated food and water to stray animals that struggled to find food during the full lockdown process as part of coronavirus control measures .

Around 110 tons of food was left for stray animals during the outbreak in Izmir.

Around 110 tons of food was left for stray animals during the outbreak in Izmir.
Izmir Provincial Agriculture and Forestry Director Mustafa Özen said that since March last year, stray animals in the city have been fed around 110 tons of food and feed during the new type of coronavirus outbreak.

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