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Microchip your dog or cat at home

Have your cat or dog microchipped in the comfort of your home. Contact us today and book a time that suits you!

Why use us for microchipping?

We have a dedicated team of professional, qualified individuals to microchip your dog or cat across the UK. We offer a completely stress-free service for you and your dog in your own home.

Many companies offer this procedure as a fast turnaround procedure lasting a couple of minutes. We spend more time with you and your pet explaining the procedure and offer discounts for multiple dogs.

The cost varies between £18 and £22 per puppy and we will come to you at a time that suits you. You will receive a free puppy pack with every microchip too.

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Law around microchipping

A law was passed in February 2015 and became a law that states from the 6th April 2016 all dogs in England, Wales and Scotland must be microchipped and it is the owners / breeders responsibility to do this.

A breeder is required by law to have all the puppy’s microchipped and registered to their details prior to selling them. It is against the law for a breeder to chip and register a puppy directly to the buyer’s name, it must be done to the breeder first and then the new owner is to apply for a transfer of keepership.

All dogs that are aged 8 weeks and over must be microchipped and the process is quick and simple. If your puppy is not, then you may be served with a notice and this can result in a fine.

“I can’t believe how easy it was to get my 3 puppies microchipped. I simply made the booking online and arranged a time that suited me. The microchipping professional turned up on time, was very professional and made sure each puppy had settled down ok before leaving. Faultless service.”

Kate R. London

What is a microchip?

It is a small electronic chip that is implanted into your pet that holds important information about your cat or dog. It is very small, around the size of a grain of rice and is inserted just below the skin on the neck. The chip contains a unique number and is registered to an online database together with the keepers contact details. Should the dog ever go missing or stolen, it can then be scanned and returned safely.


How do I update the details on the microchip?

Whenever you get a new phone number or move to a new house it is the owner’s responsibility to update the microchip, this is easily done by contacting your microchip database provider and let them know. All this information will be left with you when the procedure is done.

You can make these updates online or over the phone, depending on the database the chip is registered to. You can contact us for more information on this if required.

How do I make an appointment?

Contact us to arrange an appointment for a qualified individual to visit you.