SPCA Wake Offer: $5 to Microchip Your Pet on Nov. 23

Cats and Dogs. Credit: Frank and Kay Whatley, Nadia Ethier
Cats and Dogs. Credit: Frank and Kay Whatley, Nadia Ethier

On Saturday, November 23, 2019, 9am-noon, pet owners may get up to four pets microchipped for $5-per-pet at a special Microchip Clinic in Raleigh, North Carolina held by the SPCA of Wake County.

Normally $20 or more, for this one-day clinic pet owners pay only $5 per microchip.

For those who would like to have the microchip inside and a visible collar, and engraved ID tag, you can get all of this from the SPCA Wake on this special clinic day for $10.

Buying your microchip(s) before the clinic ensures that there will be a chip reserved for insertion in your pet(s) on November 23. Reserve microchips by visiting spcawake.org/microchip and clicking the “Purchase Microchips” button to make your purchase.

Once you’ve completed your purchase, you’ll receive an email from SPCA of Wake County with a link to an enrollment form to complete for up to four pets. Then, you’re all set!  On that Saturday, bring your pet(s) to the Microchip Clinic location — Walmart #5292, 4431 New Bern Avenue, Raleigh, NC.

If you don’t reserve, don’t worry. Walk-ups are welcome at the clinic, and pets without reservations will be chipped while supplies last. (It is recommended that chips be reserved in advance to ensure pet can be taken care of during this clinic day. No rain checks.)

Not only will a microchip help your pet be returned to you if it gets lost or stolen, but this purchase is a donation to the SPCA of Wake County.

See details at spcawake.org/microchip link and, while you’re there, read “What is a Microchip?” to learn about chip insertion and how  microchipping helps pets and owners to reunite.


Source: SPCA of Wake County

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