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March 19 - CEMA and Chatham County Animal Services to Host a Low-Cost Microchip Event on Wednesday

Savannah Business Journal Staff Report

March 19, 2019 - As part of Pet Preparedness Month, Chatham Emergency Management Agency (CEMA) and Chatham County Animal Services are partnering to host a Low-Cost Microchip Clinic “March Microchip Madness” on Wednesday, March 20 from 1-6 p.m.  For only $20, owners can bring their pets to Chatham County Animal Services (7211 Sallie Mood Drive, Savannah) to receive their chip and register their animal in the national database.

Microchips are small devices inserted into the skin and can help owners reunite with their pets if they are ever lost. When a pet is found that has a microchip, most veterinary clinics and shelters are able to use a microchip scanner to identify the microchip’s unique ID code. This code is then entered into the microchip database and retrieves the pet parent’s contact information. These chips are an important part of any pet’s safety.

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