It will become law on 06/04/2016 that all dogs are microchipped. If a dog is found without a microchip owners could face a fine of upto £500.00
Also if you are wanting to travel abroad with your pet you will need a pet passport and you pet must be microchipped to get the passport
Every single year 100,000 dogs are lost, stolen or dumped. Imagine your beloved furry friend getting lost and there was no way of tracing them
Microchips contain contact details for a dogs owner and having a microchip implanted in your dog is a quick and easy process that can help to ensure your dogs safe return if he or she was ever to get loose.
What is microchipping?
A small chip, the size of a grain of rice, is inserted between the shoulder blades of a dog using a sterile needle
The procedure does not require an anaesthetic and is no more painful than a standard vaccination
The chip is coated in a bio-compatible glass, the same material used in human pacemakers, which is not rejected by the dog’s body
The device fuses to the dog’s bodily tissue, meaning it will not move around
We offer microchipping on its own or you can save by booking a groom at the same time
Microchipping £12.00 with full groom (check price list for prices on your breed)
Microchipping £10.00 with full groom on puppy under 6 months old ( check price list for prices on your breed)
Breeder Chipping £12.00 Per puppy (needs to be at least 4 puppy's)