With the improvement of people’s living standard, more and more people began to raise pets. However, pets also led to a lot of governance problems, such as lost or abandoned pets and being strayed, which will not only make the survival of pets into trouble, but also brings many adverse effects. Therefore, pet governance has also become a major focus area of urban governance.
On May 29, 2020, the second Shenzhen Dog Day was held as scheduled. At this event, Shenzhen Urban Management and Comprehensive Law Enforcement Bureau announced the work of implanting RFID glass tube chips for dogs will be fully implemented, and they require all dogs within the city to be injected with RFID glass tube chips.
After injecting the RFID glass tube chip for the pets, the pets’ body will carry the identity information of both the pet and the owner. If the pet is lost, the owner can be quickly found by reading the chip information inside the pet. Each RFID glass tube chip has a unique ID code in the world. The serial number was put into it by the manufacturer when the chip was made and cannot be modified after that. Because the surface of the glass tube is covered with a layer of biological coating, it will not be harmful to the pet’s body.
At present, RFID chips for pet glass tubes have also been widely adopted internationally. In June 2019, the House of Representatives of Japan passed a bill amending the “Animal Protection Law”, which requires dogs and cats to be implanted with RFID chips to prevent abandonment and abuse by owners; RFID chips must be implanted; Australia requires cats and dogs to be implanted with RFID glass tube chips before 12 weeks of age.
The low-frequency RFID has good liquid penetration and strong anti-interference ability, so that it has a strong irreplaceability in animal tag applications, and RFID glass tube tags are also the largest application in addition to animal ear tags.