I-CAD reveals the results of an exclusive study on the identification of dogs and cats in France

For the first time in France, I-CAD, the national  identification database of domestic carnivores, conducted a major study with TNS / Sofres to perform an inventory on the identification of dogs and cats in France. Among the results: 75% of dog owners are aware that dogs identification is mandatory whereas only 50% of cat owners are aware of this legal oligation for cats. In France only 46% of cats are identified, which represents half of the % of identified dogs: 88%. The study also shows that an animal who is identified has nearly 40% more chances of being reunited with their owner if lost. (french)




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