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Canine College, Michigan Humane Society Team Up to Offer Low-Cost Microchips

The pet identification is safe and can substantially increase the chances of a lost pet's return to its owner.

The Michigan Humane Society is partnering with to offer a microchip clinic on Saturday, Sept. 8, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the dog training and day care facility in Farmington Hills.

A microchip is a safe and permanent form of pet identification that will be recognized by nearly every veterinarian, humane organization and municipal animal control. It substantially increases your chances of being reunited if your beloved pet is lost. 

Special pricing of $10 is available on a total of 400 microchips, which will be administered on a first-come, first served basis. Demand is expected to be high, so arrive early.

All dogs and cats must be on leashes or in appropriate carriers, and please ensure your pet is comfortable around other animals. Bring your home address and phone number, the name and phone number of your pet’s veterinarian and an alternate contact person’s name and phone number.

For additional information call 866-MHUMANE or visit www.michiganhumane.org

Source: Canine College press release

Theresa M. Seraceno September 07, 2012 at 05:05 AM
Which chip are you using? Also can you get a wand to the FH police they have no way of scanning. I usually take the lost dogs to Mich Vet Spec on Inkster as the will scan 24/7! Terry, Founder Dr Paws Pet Therapy Dogs
Claudia Robbins September 08, 2012 at 04:39 PM
It is so important for the safety of your dog. I work with beagles and some of them are real escapist artists. A microchip can mean finding them or not. Claudia Robbins at My Beagle Training

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