Pet Microchipping

Parkview Animal Hospital, in Newton, IA, is a trusted veterinary clinic that provides comprehensive care for pets, including pet microchipping services.


Pet Microchipping in Newton, IA

Microchipping is an essential step in ensuring the identification and safety of your furry companion, and Parkview Animal Hospital offers this service to help protect and reunite lost or missing pets with their owners.
a veterinarian is scanning a cat for a micro chip

Pet Microchipping

Pet microchipping involves the placement of a tiny, electronic microchip under your pet’s skin, typically between the shoulder blades. The microchip contains a unique identification number that can be read using a specialized scanner. This identification number is linked to your contact information in a national or local pet registry database, providing a reliable and permanent form of identification for your pet.

Parkview Animal Hospital uses the latest microchipping technology to ensure accuracy and reliability. Their trained veterinarians perform the microchipping procedure with care and precision, prioritizing the comfort and well-being of your pet. The procedure is relatively quick, similar to a routine vaccination, and can be done during a regular veterinary visit or as a standalone appointment.

By microchipping your pet at Parkview Animal Hospital , you can have peace of mind knowing that if your pet gets lost or separated from you, they have a better chance of being identified and returned home. Animal shelters, veterinary clinics, and other facilities have scanners that can read the microchip’s unique ID number, enabling them to contact and reunite you with your pet.

It’s important to note that microchipping is not a substitute for other forms of identification, such as collars and tags. However, collars and tags can be lost or removed, whereas microchips provide a permanent means of identification that cannot be easily altered or misplaced.

Parkview Animal Hospital also emphasizes the importance of updating your contact information in the microchip registry database. If you move or change your phone number, you must notify the registry so that your information remains current and accessible.

Microchipping your pet at Parkview Animal Hospital is a responsible and proactive step in ensuring their safety and increasing the chances of a reunion if they become lost. Contact the clinic to schedule a microchipping appointment for your pet and provide them with a reliable form of identification for life.