Getting a dog from the shelter to a rescue takes time, effort and money. One of the expenses necessary to send them on that special journey we call the freedom ride is a microchip. It’s hardly the most expensive part of the process, but it adds up. If the shelter can do it instead of the vet, that saves money for the next rescue, or the next transport. We want to give the shelter that power by stating them of with a batch of microchips. By chipping in $120, we can get them chipping on their own.