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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 were in need of updated shots and a second opinion Dr.Cohen and staff were absolutley lovely!

    Claudia Tone
    4/29/2019
  • 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
  • 5 star rating

    This Vet is amazing! Dr. Cohen is SO good with are "girls" (a chocolate lab and black lab mix). It is very evident how much he loves animals.... read more

    Kim R.
    8/20/2017
  • Took great care of three of my animals when we went on vacation. A week later my cat went in for a cystotomy for bladder stones. Dr. Cohen had great... read more

    Janice Helzer
    4/29/2018
  • Oh my gosh, dont know where to begin. Our sheltie suddenly developed a horrible huge abcess on her face the size of a grapefruit, our regular vet would not see... read more

    Marlene M
    3/29/2020
  • Worked here as a Kennel Attendant over the summer of this year. Very good first job seeing as I’m a Veterinary Assistant student. Clients are a priority here and the... read more

    Noah Rogers
    4/29/2019
  • My dog and I love coming to Queen Creek Veterinary Clinic. The staff and doctors are wonderful and friendly. The office also runs on time and flexible schedule with appointment... read more

    Carey Gullo
    7/29/2019
  • Our first experience with Queen Creek Veterinary Clinic was great overall! Dr. Kurth was absolutely amazing and she took her time with our Toby boy! She was friendly, caring,... read more

    Kristin Rivera
    2/29/2020
  • Under new ownership. I was scared when my vet sent me over here with an emergency with my kitten. They took him in right away and didn't charge... read more

    LEXY LOU
    7/29/2019
  • We were really impressed with the clinic and Dr Cohen. We hadn't found a vet since moving to San Tan Valley and we are very pleased with the clinic. We... read more

    Diane Aman
    2/29/2020
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Friday Nov 27th Open 8 AM to 7 PM
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New Years Eve- Open 7 AM to 7 PM
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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
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