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Microchipping

Losing a pet is devastating. That’s why we use collars and leashes and sometimes spend a fortune on fencing to keep our pets safe at home. Unfortunately, none of these methods are foolproof. That’s why we recommend microchipping your pet. Microchipping is a permanent form of identification that could help reunite you with your lost pet. Microchips are about the size of a grain of rice and are implanted in the shoulder blade area. Sedation isn’t required to implant a microchip. After placement, we recommend you have the microchip scanned annually to ensure it’s placed properly and still works.

Client Testimonials

"We have been coming to Bostic Veterinary Hospital for many years. We have had dogs and cats cared for by the wonderful doctors and staff and our animals have always been treated with care and love. I highly recommend the practice to all of my pet owning friends and neighbors. "
– Joanne S.