North Reading


Peace Of Mind

Ensure the well-being of your furry friend with our comprehensive microchipping in North Reading, MA. Microchipping is a simple yet effective way to provide permanent identification for your pet, offering peace of mind in case they ever get lost or separated from you.


Why Microchip Your Pet?

Permanent Identification

Microchips provide a reliable and permanent form of identification for your pet. Unlike collars or tags that can be lost or removed, a microchip is a small implant placed under your pet’s skin, containing a unique identification number.

Swift Reunions

In the unfortunate event that your pet goes missing, a microchip significantly increases the chances of a swift reunion. Shelters, veterinary clinics, and animal control facilities can scan lost pets, retrieve their unique ID, and contact you promptly.

Easy and Painless Procedure

Microchipping is a quick and painless procedure, similar to a routine vaccination. It can be done during a regular veterinary visit or as part of a spaying/neutering procedure.

Lifetime Protection

Once implanted, the microchip provides lifetime protection for your pet. It requires no maintenance and is a reliable solution for long-term identification.


How Microchipping Works

Implantation: The microchip, about the size of a grain of rice, is implanted under your pet’s skin between the shoulder blades. The process is quick and causes minimal discomfort.

Unique ID: Each microchip contains a unique identification number that is registered in a national pet recovery database along with your contact information.

Scanning: In the event that your pet is lost and found, shelters or veterinary clinics can use a handheld scanner to read the microchip’s ID. This allows them to retrieve your contact details from the database.


Frequently Asked Questions

Is microchipping painful for my pet?

No, the procedure is quick and causes minimal discomfort, similar to a routine vaccination.

Can a microchip be tracked?

Microchips are not tracking devices; they only contain a unique ID. When scanned, the ID is used to retrieve your contact information from a national database.

How long does the microchip last?

Microchips are designed to last the lifetime of your pet and require no maintenance.


Questions about Microchipping?

Ensure the safety and protection of your pet with microchipping in North Reading, MA. Contact us to schedule an appointment or to learn more about the process. Your pet’s security is our priority.

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