Faulty Microchips

There has been a batch of faulty microchips that are no longer reading. We recommend you ask your veterinarian or vet nurse to check your pet's microchip when you next come into the clinic; there is no charge for the service. If your pet's microchip is part of the faulty batch, there will be no charge for a replacement microchip as long as we have the original number.

Other Entries

  • COVID-19 Alert Level 2
  • COVID-19 Updates June/July 2020
  • COVID-19 Alert Levels 3 & 4
  • COVID-19 Updates (19-24 March 2020)
  • Faulty Microchips
  • Kennel Cough Alert (February 2016)
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