Pet Microchip Clinic held at Watauga Humane Society June 2, Microchips are Scanned to Identify the Owner

Published Monday, May 21, 2012 at 11:08 am

May 21, 2012. Microchipping is the process of embedding a tiny identification microchip under a pet’s skin, which can be scanned and read at shelter facilities to identify the pet’s owner. 

Saturday microchip clinics are routinely held at the Animal Medical Center of Boone, 1582 Old 421 South, from 11:30 am until Noon.

The $25 microchip fee benefits the Watauga Humane Society. Proof of current rabies vaccination is required.

The next microchip clinic will be held on Saturday, June 2nd.

For more information, call the Watauga Humane Society shelter at 828-264-7865, or visit the website at www.wataugahumanesociety.org

 

 

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