Though microchipping is becoming more and more common in the veterinary industry, there are several different brands of microchips available on the market. How do you know which is the best option available?
To make things easier for you, our vets here at Sandstone Animal …
Not sure what to expect when you take your pet to the veterinarian to get a microchip? We found 2 videos that demonstrate the procedure for you!
Notice that neither the cat (Roxy) or the dog (Bowser) had strong, …
Microchips are used as permanent, unalterable forms of identification for both cats and dogs. Using a sterile, pre-loaded syringe, your veterinarian will inject the microchip just beneath the surface of your pet’s skin in between the shoulder blades. The microchip is only about the size …