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Micro-chipping

Microchipping is on offer at Warnham Mill for just £9.99

Micro-chipping

It’s a simple and pain-free procedure, which could protect against a lot of pain and distress should your pet happen to go missing. It has been proven that microchipping is the most reliable way of ensuring that a lost or stolen pet is reunited with their owner. What’s more, you are sure to be contacted if they are involved in an accident and need urgent treatment.

A tiny microchip, the size of a grain of rice, is inserted underneath their skin by way of a small injection and all of your information is added to the PetLog database.

If you have any concerns or you just want to find out a little bit more information, feel free to ask.

 

Micro-chipping rabbit

If a missing animal is found, it will be scanned as soon as possible increasing your chance of a quick reunion. Should your animal be involved in a road accident, a microchip means that the vet can contact you if further treatment is required as consent is often needed. What’s more, a microchip can deter thieves as the animal will, of course, be harder to sell on.

It is important to get a microchip tag so that people are aware that your animal is microchipped.

We are always happy to answer any concerns or queries that you may have about microchipping so feel free to give us a call or alternatively just pop in to the surgery for a chat!