We believe strongly in having your pet microchipped. Microchipping is a permanent form of identification that ensures a safe return should your pet ever become lost. This identification system requires a single, relatively painless injection of a microchip about the size of a grain of rice. We use a non-encrypted microchip which means that any scanner at any facility in the country can read it.
We currently use and recommend the North American standard chip (Home Again) but we also have the European chip (ISO) should your pet be traveling abroad. Your pet will be registered in a national database and should your residence or phone number ever change, you can update this information with a single call or by email.
Call your Beaverton Vet, Murrayhill Veterinary Hospital, to learn more about pet microchips.