Pet Microchipping Service
Complies With All Council Laws 

Fairfield Road Vet Hospital is fully qualified to microchip your cat or dog.

The New South Wales companion animals act 1998 requires that all cats and dogs must be micro-chipped by 12 weeks of age. The chip is the size of a grain of rice and it is permanently inserted into the skin between your pet’s shoulder blades. This procedure usually takes a few seconds and does not require an anaesthetic. Micro-chipping is often performed at the same time as the animal is de-sexed.