Microchipping clinic
microchipping clinic

Update:  The clinic was a big success, with about 60 dogs and cats getting microchipped and licensed.  A special thanks to Dr. Bruce Bell for performing the chipping and to all the volunteers who made the clinic run so smoothly!

Animal Services is holding a low-cost microchipping clinic June 29.  If you have pets and live in Lacey, Olympia, Tumwater or unincorporated Thurston County, this clinic is for you!

Wednesday, June 29 from 6-8pm at Animal Services

$10† for dog and cats currently licensed* with Animal Services (Microchip is linked to owner via current license.)

$20† for dogs and cats outside the areas Animal Services covers (Owner is responsible for registering the chip directly with AVID.)

All pets in a carrier or on leash!

Special thanks to Dr. Bruce Bell

*Licenses may be purchased at the event.
†Tax included