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Our microchip clinics offer a low cost permanent way to identify your pet and reunite them with you if you ever become separated. ID tags and collars can be removed, lost or even become unreadable over the years.
$25 for the first pet and $20 for each pet after that. Includes microchip and lifetime registration.
How does a pet microchip work?
The microchip is a tiny chip, about the size of a grain of rice. It is inserted into your pet, under the skin using a syringe. Each microchip has its own unique identification number that links your pet to the information you provide during registration and continue to update with your PetLink account. When a veterinarian or shelter finds a lost pet or missing pet they use a scanner to read the pet's microchip number. They can contact PetLink, who will contract the pet owner and help reunite them with their pet.
Animals will be microchipped on a first come first serve basis. No appointment times will be reserved. CCHS reserves the right to refuse to microchip an pet(s) we feel may pose a danger or threat to others.
To save you time at the microchip clinic, you can print the registration form at home and bring the completed for with you to the event.
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