A microchip is a unique identifier for your pet, with a number that is linked your contact details on a national database. This allows your pet to be quickly and easily identified in case they are lost or injured. Microchips are used in a wide variety of animals including dogs, cats, birds, horses, wildlife & fish! Microchipping is very safe for young and old animals.
Microchipping is a quick and simple procedure, it only takes a few minutes for one of our veterinarians to inject the microchip under your pet’s skin (similarly to a vaccination). We will link your contact details with your pet’s microchip on a national registry. We can now register your pet’s microchip online and receive confirmation immediately!
Microchipping is now compulsory for all cats and dogs in Western Australia. We can always check for a microchip if you are concerned your pet may not have one. The cost is inclusive of the implant, implantation and lifelong registration.
Please contact the clinic on (08) 9384 2644 to ask about microchipping.