What Does Microchipping Involve?
Having a microchip implanted is a simple process that is much like getting any normal vaccine or other injection and no pain medication is needed. Typically we implant the microchip when doing a pets initial vaccine course. A microchip is about the size of a grain of rice, and is placed along the back of the pet near its neck where the chip will remain under the skin, usually in the same place for the rest of their life, though occasionally it will move to a new location. If this happens its fine and a dog or cats full body will be scanned if we are trying to find the owner of a lost pet.
Scheduling an Appointment for Microchipping
We keep microchips in stock at all times, so call us for a regular check-up be it a new or existing pet and we will include this in our initial consultation.