By Debi Metcalfe What is an equine VIN number? It is simply a microchip for your horse. Stolen Horse International was first in the field of selling microchips online directly to the public, which today Is offered by many companies, some good, some not so good. Stolen Horse International started selling the microchips in our […]Read More What IS A VIN For Horses?
Folks- I don’t know about you, but just the word ‘disaster’ makes me want to grab my loved ones and run hide. Most people ‘think’ of disaster in terms of hurricanes, earthquakes, wild fires, tsunamis, mud slides, and so forth. These are disasters-no question. But there are little disasters as well-but they are still disasters. […]Read More Equine/Pet Identification (Particularly In Disaster Situations)
April 24, 2017 – Rembert, SC Someone stole two Rare Breed Marsh Tacky Horses from Rembert, SC late Sunday night or very early Monday morning. Please be on the lookout for these horses.The horses are friendly and someone cut the power to the fence and took the horses out of their pasture.The owner of the […] […]Read More Rare Horses Stolen!!
There are only about 400 of these horses in the world and somebody stole these twoRead More Missing & Presumed Stolen-Rare Heritage Marsh Tacky Horses
“…people are still, in this day and age, stealing horses, cattle, sheep, goats, donkeys, mules, and just about any other kind of livestock you can name.”Read More They Used To Hang Horse Thieves…
I will just list them. When properly registered, a microchip is the unique and unalterable link to the owner of the animal. That should be self-explanatory. Health records are easier to track for vets-this is critical for pre-purchase or breeding exams. Health certificates can be linked to the chips for shipping, showing, racing, and/or sales. […]Read More Benefits of Microchipping Your Horse
See that little bitty brown thing? That’s a microchip. They do NOT have the ability to be tracked from outer space. Whoever is spreading that rumor around is wearing a tin foil hat and living in rooms lined in tin foil. The reason is quite simple. In order to transmit a signal up to a […]Read More Microchipping-why?