Warm weather brings a dramatic increase in the number of dogs and cats who become lost or stray. The good news is the heartache of a lost pet can quickly turn to relief by providing your dog or cat with a microchip in addition to their collar and ID tag.
A microchip is a safe, effective and permanent form of Pet ID that can be identified by nearly every veterinarian, humane organization and municipal animal control, thereby substantially increasing your chances of being reunited with your beloved pet.
The Michigan Humane Society is partnering with Livingston County Animal Control for a low-cost microchipping clinic at LCAC on Saturday, July 16:
MHS Low-Cost Pet Microchip Clinic
Livingston County Animal Control
418 S Highlander Way
Howell, MI 48843
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With special pricing of $18* (retail value $50), don’t miss out on this opportunity to ensure your pet’s “ticket home” in the event that he or she should ever become separated from the family.
The event is limited to 400 microchips which will be administered on a first come, first-served basis. All dogs and cats must be on leashes or in appropriate carriers, and please ensure your pet is comfortable around other animals. Additionally, in order for MHS to register the microchip, the following information is required:
- Your home address and phone number
- The name and phone number of your pet’s veterinarian
- An alternative contact person’s name and phone number
For additional information, please call the Michigan Humane Society at 1-866-MHUMANE (648-6263), weekdays, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
*May not be used in conjunction with any other offer, discount or coupon.