Microchipping is a very safe procedure involving the insertion of a chip, approximately the size of a grain of rice, under the skin near the back of their neck. With a special scanner, a vet can identify a pet that has been brought into the clinic, and it can be rapidly reunited with its owner.
Making sure microchip details are up to date
Microchip details are no good if the phone number is disconnected or you’ve moved house! So each time you change your contact details, make sure you update them on the microchip register. If you know your pet’s microchip number, click here to find out which register their details are on, or visit us today so we can scan your pet’s microchip and point you in the right direction.
Change of Owner/Details C3A Form:
Permanent Identification Form P1A:
We recommend you print and pre-fill out this form ahead of your pets microchip appointment and bring it along with you.