We can microchip your pet at one of our nurse or vet appointments. The microchip is inserted via an injection into the area of skin over your pet’s shoulder blades. The whole process is very quick and relatively painless. It is very similar to when your pet has their vaccination injection, although the needle is slightly bigger. Of course there is bound to be a little discomfort but the majority of pets show little or no reaction. Once the microchip is inserted, we request that you do not stroke your pet over the area in which it was placed. This is only for the first 24-48 hours to reduce the chance of the chip becoming dislodged or migrating.

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