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Why should I microchip my pet?


A large number of pets go missing every year. If they are found and brought to a vet, pet charity inspector or the council warden they can be scanned and traced back to you in a matter of hours. The chip is implanted by injection and this can be done during a nurse or vet clinic. It causes very little or no discomfort on injection, and is inert so should cause no problem at all afterwards.


Microchipping is included in our popular Pet Health Plan. For more information click here.


For other clients the cost of the microchip is £17.75 or £14.20 if the chip is implanted when your pet is under an anaesthetic.