Pet Micro Chipping and Identification
for Charlotte, NC & the Surrounding Areas
The Trusted Source for Pet Micro Chipping
Pet micro chipping offers numerous benefits and plays a crucial role in ensuring the safety and well-being of our furry companions. Pet micro chipping is a simple procedure where a veterinarian will implant a tiny microchip under a pet's skin that cannot be removed. If a pet goes missing, micro chipping dramatically increases the chances of a reunion, as shelters, veterinarians, and animal control agencies can easily scan for the chip and contact the owner. This technology not only helps prevent the heartache of losing a pet but also reduces the number of animals that end up in shelters or are euthanized due to lack of identification. Micro chipping is a relatively painless procedure that offers peace of mind, ensuring that our furry friends will be quickly and safely returned if they ever become lost or separated. Interested in learning more? Please do not hesitate to give our animal clinic a call. Our friendly representative would be happy to explain the various benefits of micro chipping and get you scheduled for an appointment. We welcome pets and their owners throughout Charlotte, NC.
Our Animal Clinic Can Help
to Provide You Peace of Mind
At Archdale Animal Hospital, we can safely perform the microchip procedure for both cats and dogs. The fee includes your first year of registration in the database. If you find a lost pet in the Charlotte, NC area, be sure to bring it to our animal hospital where our staff can scan it for a microchip. After we have the pet's identification number, a toll-free phone call to the pet recovery database alerts the microchip company that a lost pet has been identified so that the pet owner can then be contacted and reunited with his or her pet. To learn more about our pet micro chipping and identification services or to schedule an appointment, please feel free to contact our animal clinic today! We look forward to providing you and your family peace of mind when your cat or dog is missing.