It only takes a split second for a dog or cat to bolt out an open window, door, or vehicle, and fences are no match for determined escape artists. Even well-trained pets can take off if they become frightened or get hurt.

Having your dog or cat microchipped is a smart decision that can help your pet find his or her way back home if they ever become lost. Microchipping is a safe and simple procedure that takes just a few seconds and could save you from weeks and months of worry if your companion ever goes missing. At Total Quality Mobile Veterinary Care, we offer microchipping in Hope Mills and the surrounding areas, and we would be more than happy to come to your home to chip your pet.

How Microchipping Works

A microchip is roughly the size of a grain of rice and is inserted under the skin between your pet’s shoulder blades using a needle. The process is similar to receiving a vaccine.

The chip contains a number that, upon registration, is linked to an account with your personal information. If your pet ever gets lost and is brought into a vet’s office, shelter, rescue, etc., they will be scanned for a chip. The scanner will display the chip’s registration number, which can then be used to look up your information. As long as you keep this information up-to-date, someone will contact you to reunite you with your pet.
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Microchipping in Hope Mills

Save yourself the stress of taking your pet to the vet, and let us come to you. Total Quality Mobile Veterinary Care provides mobile microchipping in Fayetteville and can come to your home to provide this potentially life-saving service. Contact us now to schedule an appointment.

We can keep them happy!

Convenient veterinary care in the privacy of your home
Total Quality Mobile Veterinary Care offers mobile microchipping in Fayetteville, Hope Mills, Raeford, Grays Creek, Stedman, Parkton, Judson, St. Pauls, Rockfish, and Roseboro.