A microchip is a rice-sized pellet with an identification number that most veterinarians and rescue organizations can use to access your pet’s information and your personal contact information.
When you bring your pet in to be chipped, we will use a syringe to inject the chip beneath the surface of their skin between the shoulder blades. It takes mere seconds, and the process is similar to getting a shot. Your dog or cat won’t react to a microchip any more than they react to their vaccinations. There is no need for anesthetic or stitches, and your pet can immediately resume their normal activities upon leaving the clinic.
We use the Save this Life chip, which is an advanced anti-migration chip. Once you sign up, you’ll become a member of a proactive pet recovery network that offers a variety of services, including: