The RSPCA and the Whyalla Veteinary Clinic strongly recommend that all cats and dogs should have a microchip fitted.
The microchp is not much larger than a grain of rice and is easily fitted. It provides the only reliable way to identify yor pet.
Microchipped pets have a much higher chance of being reunited with their owners if the become lost and the microchip provides proof of ownership in the event of a dispute over ownership.
This tiny microchip could save your pets life. Get one fitted today.
The RSPCA Whyalla needed a new scanner to identify stray animals and the Whyalla Veterinary Clinic came to the rescue with a new back home microchip scanner which reads all microchips including the new standard ISO microchips. Links below
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