Preventive Care


A microchip implanted under the skin has become a very popular method of pet identification. The microchip, about the size of a pencil lead, is injected under your pet's skin while he is anesthetized. The chip contains a code that can be used to access your contact information through the microchip company. Most veterinarians and humane societies have readers for the microchips so that you can be located and reunited with your pet.