Pet microchipping - Free microchipping

We no longer provide a pet microchipping service.

If you lose your dog, it goes missing or is stolen, the best way to be reunited with your pet is to have them microchipped.

On 6th April 2016, it also became law for all dogs to be microchipped and registered with your most current contact details. To be microchipped, your dog must be at least eight  weeks old and in good general health.

Please be aware it is a legal requirement to have a collar and tag on any dog in a public place showing the name and address of the owner, even if the dog is microchipped.

How can I get my dog microchipped?

You can attend one of the regular free microchipping events run by Dogs Trust or enquire at your local vets.



Last Updated on Wednesday, January 20, 2021