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Microchipping service

Animals we are trained to microchip:

  • Dogs

  • Cats

  • Small mammals

Database we use is Animal tracker Approved by Peddymark and Defra

Steps to book in

  • Call us on 01291675459 or contact us via email, Facebook or via our contact page on our website.

  • We will give you a time and date for the procedure to take place.

  • Payment will be taken on the day of procedure.

  • All relevant documentation will be required such as (Photo ID from the pets owner, Information about the pet and owner and contact numbers).

  • Any questions please get in contact with us.

  • Price per pet £20.00 

Microchipping laws


  • It’s a legal requirement for all dogs over 8 weeks to be microchipped*

  • If you breed a dog (even if it was unintentional), it’s your responsibility to have all the puppies microchipped by the time they are 8 weeks old, and to register yourself as their first owner.

  • If you own a dog it’s your responsibility to keep their microchip details up to date, and make sure they are stored on a UK government approved database (Animal tracker)

  • If your dog is scanned by a dog warden and found not to have a microchip you’ll have 21 days to get them microchipped. If you don’t, you could face a fine of up to £500.

  • As well as a microchip, your dog must also wear a collar and tag (with your contact details on) in public.

* Very small puppies, or those with certain health problems can be issued a temporary exemption certificate from a vet to allow them to be microchipped when they are slightly older. 


  • We strongly recommend that all cats are microchipped before they start going outside.

  • It’s not yet a legal requirement for cats to be microchipped, but the UK government is planning to make it mandatory from 20 weeks of age in the near future. This will ensure any lost, stolen, or injured cats have the best chance of being reunited with their owners as quickly as possible.

Other pets

  • Although it’s not a legal requirement to have any other pets microchipped, we recommend you do. Rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets and other small pets are notorious escape artists, so having them microchipped will help reunite you quickly if they go wandering.



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