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Microchipping is a form of permanent pet identification. It is safe, simple, and designed to quickly identify lost pets and reunite them with their owners.

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Dr. Holliday recommends microchip placement┬áduring the first puppy/kitten visits, at the time of spay or neuter, or as soon as possible thereafter. The microchip is a tiny device, the size of a grain of rice, inserted under the pet’s skin, with an identification number that is registered to our clinic and the pet owner. The identification number can easily be read by a scanner that most veterinary clinics and shelters have on hand. If a pet is lost or stolen then this identification number can be tracked back to the owner.