Save 20% when you have your dog or cat microchipped between May 1-31, 2015
When a lost pet is found, any animal hospital, shelter, or humane society, they are scanned for a microchip. Tags and collars are a good start but they aren’t 100% dependable. With a microchip, your pet’s source of identification is always
To microchip your pet, a veterinarian injects a tiny chip about the size of a grain of rice just under your pet’s skin between the shoulder blades. Your vet will send you home with a registration form that links the unique number in your pet's microchip to the contact information you provide. It's as simple as that!
Let's help keep your pet safe and prepare for the unexpected. Call (703) 729-0700 for an appointment.
Is your pet already microchipped?
Don't forget to take a minute to make sure your contact information is current.