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ESA Lost & Found NFC Tag

We are constantly confronted with inquiries regarding runaway dogs. It is simply a fact that some dog breeds “break out” much more often than others.

Hunting dogs are such an example, while so-called shepherd dogs tend to stay with their owners and do not tend to run away. Exceptions, of course, confirm the rule.

We all know how difficult it is often to keep our dogs on a leash and we also experience how exhausting it can be to recall or catch running dogs.

We have therefore decided to look for a cheap way to find and offer to assign a found dog should it be found.

With today’s technical aids such as modern smartphones, it was obvious to find a way to identify a found animal by scanning a chip. You scan the animal’s chip with your smartphone and are then automatically redirected to ESAeurope’s Lost & Found page.

No further action is necessary if the chip also contains all the desired information about the dog (e.g. call name or chip number) as well as the owner (name, phone number, hometown).

The ESAeurope Lost & Found Chip can thus help to find an ESA animal again (of course also works for non-ESA animals) and in case of accidents to establish contact with the owner or friends/relatives.

A good and cheap investment for additional security

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We have waited far too long

Our Gillie (ESA-Dog) is now 10 years old and has mild osteoarthritis. For too long she has jumped into our car or been lifted in or out by us.

Now, after veterinary examination (CT, nutrition plan, painkiller prescription) we have become a bit smarter and have gained a sloping ramp. I can say brilliantly. It took Gillie exactly 1 minute to get used to it and now there is no risk of additional damage.

The ramp is very easy to exit and pack up again and hardly takes up space in the car. An ingenious invention. We have waited far too long.