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Chip you pet month!



May is National “Chip Your Pet Month”


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Are you wondering,

 what is

 “Chip Your Pet Month”?

Chip your pet month is a month we’d like to see recognized all year around! 

Chip your pet simply means.....
 Microchip your pet! 

Microchipping your pet is easy and quick! Your pet can receive its microchip during a scheduled exam with any of our professional veterinarians! The procedure is quick and often goes un-noticed by the pet!




Each week veterinary clinics see good Samaritans that come into their clinics with a stray animal. 

Each found pet can be scanned with a universal microchip scanner to see if the pet has a microchip. 

If the pet does have a microchip and the pet owner has made sure their contact information has remained current, often we see happy reunions with pet and owner! 



This is very important! Microchip companies find the pet’s information and owner by telephone numbers and addresses. If you move or change numbers it is imperative to call the microchip company to update your information.



Please help us spread the word about Microchipping your pet! Too many lost pets don’t make it home without one!
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