The Cedar Bend Humane Society has set a goal to microchip 1,000 animals in 2015.
We want animals to find their way home, to stay in their homes, and avoid becoming homeless if they should stray from home and arrive at a shelter or veterinary clinic.
The microchip is the size of a grain of rice and is injected just under the skin between the shoulder blades. Microchips offer permanent identification for pets and increase the likelihood that they are returned home if lost.
The Cedar Bend Humane Society is taking it’s microchip mission on the road. We’ve partnered up with area rescues and shelters to bring a microchip clinic to a community near you. The cost to have your pet microchipped is $15 + tax (optional online registration extra). Click here for more information.