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Microchipping for pets in Poole

Microchipping is a quick, simple and low cost procedure that can help to reunite you with your pet should they go missing. You can microchip your dog, cat and other small pets.

 

How does microchipping work?

A tiny microchip, the size of a grain of rice, is inserted just under your pet’s skin. Each microchip has a unique identification number that will show up when your pet is scanned at a vets or some animal rescue shelters.

It’s important to keep your contact details up to date on the microchip central database so that if your pet does get picked up and taken to a veterinary clinic or shelter, it will be easier for the two of you to be reunited.

 

Book to get your pet microchipped

 

Compulsory pet microchipping

From 1st April 2016 in England, it became law to microchip all dogs. We highly recommend microchipping cats too as they have a tendency to wander off. Why not book an appointment to have your pet microchipped today.

 

Preventative healthcare for your pet

Microchipping is just one of the vital preventative healthcare needs we can take care of for your pet. Find out more

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