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Meet Lola, lost in Phoenix and found in Queen Creek. She was reunited with her owner through her microchip in February 2016!

Microchipping your pet

During the first half of February 2016, we had six lost dogs brought in to our facility. We were able to find all six owners! Of the six, five were microchipped. If a pet is “chipped” it is our hospital policy as a community service to hold it until we can reach the owner. The fifth dog was found through an aggressive social media campaign utilizing our social media page on Facebook, Queen Creek Pet Connection and local pages for neighborhoods. Luckily for the owner, the Good Samaritan took it home as opposed to Animal Control, where it’s chances of getting sick or euthanized are astronomically higher than being reunited with it’s owner! Due to the overcrowding crisis at Maricopa County Animal Care and Control and the ease in which a lost pet can be reunited when they have a microchip, we STRONGLY recommend microchipping your cats and dogs.

Pet Microchip

How Do Microchips Work?

Microchips are easily inserted under the skin between your pet’s shoulder blades. They are about the size of a grain of rice and stay active for the lifetime of your pet. Generally you will not see or feel your pet’s microchip but we are happy to show you how they work with our microchip scanner. The microchip has a number attached to it that is unique for your dog or cat. The microchip number is linked to the owner’s name, phone number, address and any other contact information that has been supplied. Keeping this information up to date with the microchip company is crucial to getting your pet back home to you!

Veterinary Clinic Reviews
  • We bought our home in 2011, and I wanted a dog, We went to the pound and adopted this skinny little lab pit mix, you could see her ribs, she... read more

    Cheryl Tittle
    4/29/2015
  • I have seen both Dr. Kirth and Dr. McGee and they are both wonderful with our small dog! They are very caring, nurturing, and patient with all of her health... read more

    Vic F
    2/29/2020
  • 5 star rating

    2 of my 4 pack of dogs have been here so far. I plan to bring them all. Everyone is super nice and caring. The office is caring, accommodating,... read more

    Dezerrae S.
    8/16/2019
  • They were very nice during the difficult time we had putting our dog to sleep.

    Michelle Shockley
    4/29/2017
  • Nice staff, they were really patient and helpful and took good care of Rex and Bindi.

    Coby Chandler
    1/29/2020
  • The staff is so kind and thoughtful. Our precious kitty recently passed away and the staff were supportive and provided a ceramic print of her paw.

    Pastor Nadine Hernandez
    4/29/2019
  • Luv them to pieces , DR COHEN IS THE BEST. Doesn't mince word, tells it like it is. Luv him for the care our charlee and misty have gotten/get

    maria moog
    4/29/2019
  • The Dr. and the nurse were very helpful and somewhat quick to help us out. They explained all our opinions and the prices for our pets care.

    Nick Manwaring
    1/29/2020
  • My dog is always excited when we pull in the parking lot. I joke that they have some kind of gas flowing close to the floor cause he transforms into... read more

    A Williams
    4/29/2018
  • Wow. I am extremely impressed with the care and level of service this vet office provides. My pup is getting older with back pain and trouble walking. They were able... read more

    Krystina Bottom
    9/29/2019
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Mon - Fri 7am-7pm
Sat - Sun 8am-5pm

For Emergency 24 hour care please visit Arizona Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Center @ 86 W Juniper Ave. Gilbert AZ 85233 (Located off Gilbert Road between Elliot and Guadalupe)
Phone: 480-497-0222
Online: azervets.com

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