Foods to avoid to keep our pets safe
Throughout the year, we all enjoy seasonal foods and it’s tempting to perhaps offer a little titbit to our furry companion. But beware the seasonal…Read more
In a simple procedure a microchip is placed under the skin between the cat’s shoulder blades. Each chip contains a unique number which can be scanned if a lost animal is found and matched to the owner’s contact details on a database. Owners are obliged to maintain accurate records with their veterinary practice.
This won’t hurt! Microchipping is very similar to a routine vaccination injection and the materials used in their production are non-reactive so as not to cause any problems.