While pet identification tags are helpful, not all pets wear collars and tags. Adding a microchip to your pet is a simple process that can be performed. This tiny device, which is about the size of a grain of rice, is easily placed just under the skin between your pet’s shoulder blades. Once the chip is inserted, your pet will be scanned to ensure the chip is reading properly and the ID number is checked. The chip provides a unique identification number that links to your name, phone number and address. If your pet is lost, scanners are used by all veterinarians and animal shelters to help identify lost pets and reunite them with their families.
We strongly encourage all patients to be microchipped to protect against the loss of our beloved pets. Give us a call and learn more about how a microchip can help quickly and easily reunite you and your best friend.
Our microchip pricing includes life-time registration and we will even handle registration for you!
Is your pet already microchipped? Remember to register them, and most importantly, keep your information current.