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Microchipping (Permanent ID)
We believe very strongly that microchipping helps owners to reunite with lost pets. Although tags and collars are important, they can tear or slip off.

With microchipping, on the other hand, a veterinarian injects a tiny computer chip (about the size of a grain of rice) just under your pet's skin, between the shoulder blades. A number on the microchip is entered into an international database.

If your dog or cat is found, any animal hospital, shelter, or humane society can use a microchip reader to read the unique ID number contained on the chip. That number can be used to find your information in the database.

The chip can't be lost or damaged, and it lasts for the pet's lifetime. If you ever need to change your contact information, it can be done with a single phone call.
Veterinary Services
Wellness Care
Heartworm Testing and Prevention
Dental Care
Disease Management
Hospitalization and Critical Care
In-House Laboratory
Deworming / Internal Parasites
Flea Prevention
Tick Prevention
FeLV and FIV
Microchipping (Permanent ID)
Weight Management
Boarding and Basic Grooming
Laser Therapy
Online Pharmacy

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