Veterinary Hospital in Sharjah - Dog Microchipping
Canadian Veterinary Clinic is popular for providing an extensive range of pet care services. Our commitment towards offering full-scale pet veterinary services in Sharjah, Dubai & Abu Dhabi has turned us into one of the most trusted veterinary clinic. We have a full-fledged professional team who carry out all activities with utmost commitment and care. Our microchipping process is distinguished for its outstanding standards. We are recognised as the number 1 veterinary clinic for our exceptional service.
Pets required to be microchipped to have an identity and be able to track their whereabouts. As well, microchipping is required to be registered with the Dubai Municipality. In the Canadian Veterinary Clinic, we are more than glad to assist our clients with the microchipping process.
We are always committed to offering pets exemplary care and provide specialized services by a dedicated team with the mission of providing the greatest standard of care and building a long-term relationship with our clients and keep their pets in good health.
For dogs, cats, rabbits and ferrets, microchips are inserted via an injection between the shoulder blades, just below the surface of the skin. The injection needle is designed in such a way that the animal experiences virtually no discomfort. In fact, using our needles, most animals don’t feel a thing.
The microchip is a tiny chip, the size of a grain of rice that is permanently implanted in your pet to ensure that it can be identified quickly. Each chip has a unique identification number that links your pet to your details so that you can get it home faster if it were to ever go missing.
The chip is powered by a scanner which sends a signal to the chip and receives the unique identification number stored on it. When a vet, shelter or humane society finds a lost or missing pet, they use the scanner to read your pet’s chip.
What is a dog microchip?
The dog microchip is a very tiny identification transponder that comes integrated with a unique identification number and runs on radio-frequency. They can be scanned for retrieving the owner’s information. You can embed the microchip at the Veterinary Clinic Sharjah.
How do I update my dog's microchip details?
If your dog is microchipped, and you have registered it on the Microchip Central database, then it would be easy to update the details because you already have an account there.
How do I go about getting my dog microchipped?
Microchipping your dog at the Veterinary Hospital In Sharjah is a very simple procedure that doesn’t require surgery. It can be implanted by the vet during a visit to the clinic. The microchip comes loaded with an applicator and it is injected under the loose skin between the shoulder blades.
How and where is the microchip implanted?
The vet takes a needle containing the microchip fitted with an application gun/syringe. This would be injected in the subcutaneous tissue along the spine between your dogs shoulder blades. The procedure is simple, and your pet wouldn’t feel any discomfort.
Will it hurt my dog?
No, it wouldn't hurt your dog. At Veterinary Clinic Sharjah, the whole procedure will be done within moments. It’s almost like having your blood drawn.
How are the owners traced?
When the vet or the authorities concerned scan the pet, they will get your dog’s unique ID number. This can reveal the owner’s contact information, you will be able to track your pet this way. However, the microchip will not have any GPS or location capabilities.