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National Microchipping Month: Things You Should Know About Having Your Pet Microchipped in Raleigh and Knightdale


With June being National Microchipping Month, it's a great opportunity to familiarize yourself with the importance of having your furry friend chipped. According to research, around one-third of pets will be separated from their owners by theft or getting lost during their life. Sadly, most will never make it back home.

While there are lots of things you can certainly do to protect your pet, catastrophe can strike any home. Having your furry friend microchipped could save their life if they ever wander off. At Total Quality Mobile Veterinary Clinic, our team provides safe and effective microchipping in Fayetteville and would be delighted to provide this service for your pet. Keep reading to discover a handful of things you need to know about microchipping your pet in honor of National Microchipping Month.

Benefits of Having Your Pet Microchipped

Although microchipping doesn't guarantee that your pet will be reunited with you if they ever get lost, it does greatly improve the likelihood of seeing them again. If someone brings your pet to a vet's facility or shelter, a handheld scanner will be used to look for a microchip. As long as you keep the registration information up to date, someone will reach out to you you to help you reunite with your fur baby.

The Microchipping Process

The microchipping procedure and quick and results in only minor discomfort. A chip - which is about the size of a grain of rice - is typically inserted in the loose skin in between the shoulder blades. It is injected using a syringe similar to the ones used for vaccinations, so anesthesia is not required. It takes just a few seconds and your dog can resume their normal activities immediately afterward.

Microchips inserted by veterinarians are completely safe and do not contain personal information. Every microchip has a unique identification number that is linked to an online account containing your phone number, address, etc. Keeping this information up to date when you move to a new home or change phone numbers is crucial and can be done via the web in seconds.

Contact Total Quality Mobile Veterinary Clinic Now for Microchipping in Raleigh and Knightdale

Having your beloved pet microchipped is fast, affordable, and could save your pet’s life and help you reunite with them if they ever get lost. The decision is yours to make, however here at Total Quality Mobile Veterinary Clinic, our compassionate team strongly recommends microchipping in Raleigh and Knightdale and the surrounding areas for most of the patients we serve. To find out more or schedule your pet's appointment, please reach out to us now.


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