Free Microchip Clinic
Wagging Dog Rescue is pleased to host our third FREE MICROCHIP CLINIC on Saturday June 22nd from 10-2pm at the Fallbrook Feed Store!
* Is your pet microchipped? *
With the 4th of July coming up, animal control organizations across the country are preparing for increased numbers of lost pets who will be picked up surrounding this one particular holiday. It’s hoped that those lost family members will be reunited with their families.
A microchip is an invaluable tool to help owners reunite with their lost pets as quickly as possible.
Wagging Dog Rescue is hosting a FREE MICROCHIP CLINIC – first come first served while supplies last; no appointment necessary. We will have 100 microchips to give to our community members!
Please bring your pet to our clinic for a FREE microchip if they are not chipped already. We of course hope no one’s furry family member will get out and get lost over the 4th of July Holiday, but accidents happen, and chips really do work! There are cases of microchips reuniting pets and owners even years after being separated!
Spread the word and please share the event flyer with anyone you know, any businesses that will allow it to be posted in their window or lobby, any networking groups you’re a part of, etc. We have 100 chips to give away and we want to make sure they all get used for your family members! Thank you!
PLEASE GET YOUR PET MICROCHIPPED AND REGISTERED PRIOR TO THE 4th OF JULY HOLIDAY!!!
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