Microchip Pet Identification
The advent of microchip identification has ensured accurate placement of lost pets as well as clarified ownership issues.
The microchip is a 2mm long tube that is inserted under the skin in the shoulder area using anaesthetic gel and a syringe and needle style applicator. A special scanner is used to read the microchip identification number which is unique to your pet. Read more here on the importance of registering your pet’s microchip.
The procedure is quick and painless and can be performed during a regular office visit or at the time your pet is spayed or neutered. Ask our receptionists for further details.
Read our blog post: Microchip is not a GPS.
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- Diagnostic Imaging
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