Microchipping for dogs cats
and other pets

Your pet means the world to you ............... Imagine if it went missing ?

Sadly, every year thousands of pets are lost or stolen and many are never re-united with their owners. Name tags or collars can fall off or they are taken off. Without permanent identification there may be no way for your pet to find its way home.

Implantation of a microchip is a quick and simple procedure, causing no more discomfort than a normal injection.

Each microchip has a unique identification number.

Petlog is the UK’s largest database with over 6 million pets registered.

What is a microchip?
A microchip is a small electronic device, the size of a grain of rice. The microchip is coded with a unique number that can be read by a scanner and then entered onto the national database alongside the owner’s details.

How and where is the microchip implanted?
Using a specially designed implanting device, the microchip is injected through a sterile needle under the dog’s skin between the shoulder blades.

Does it hurt the dog?
NO, it does not hurt the dog. No anaesthetic is required and the procedure should cause no more discomfort than a standard vaccination.

Who has a scanner?
These can be found at most veterinary practices, local authorities and Animal Welfare groups.

How are the owners traced?
If a stray or stolen dog is found to have a microchip, the local authority, veterinary practice pr animal welfare organisation will contact the national database to find the owners details. The owner can then be contacted and reunited with their owner.

I am qualified to microchip dogs, cats, rabbits, hares and guinea pigs.

I charge £10.00 and discount is offered for group bookings. Please contact me for further information or to book an appointment.

Tel: Mobile 07805 596006
email: roytomlinson1@talktalk.net

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