Microchipping is a simple procedure to help identify your pet if lost or stolen. It is also part of the requirements for your Pet Passport.
Microchipping is an injection containing a small microchip the size of a rice grain, injected subcutaneously (under the skin). It’s safe and no more painful for your loved one than a normal injection.
It’s usually performed at the same time as other routine treatments such as annual booster vaccinations so your pet doesn’t have to come to our clinic solely for microchipping. But it's so fast, only 15 mins, that you can have it done while out for a walk.