Microchipping is now the standard technology to identify your pet. This 1/4 inch computerized wafer is inserted under the skin between the top of the shoulder blades. The procedure is often done in conjunction with another procedure that requires sedation or anesthesia, however discomfort is minimal to your pet and the procedure can also be accomplished during an office visit. We utilize a microchip that is recognized both within the United States and internationally.
Microchips are the current form of permanent identification for dogs in order to obtain a life-time dog license in Pennsylvania.
Your pet's microchip will be registered with Home Again at the time it is implanted. This has proven to be an invaluable tool to reunite owners with their pets in the event of the pet becoming lost or stolen.
Please contact our staff if you have any questions regarding this service.