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Get pets microchipped in program

11:01 AM, Sep. 30, 2013  |  Comments
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"Chip for Life" is a new initiative from Clark County Humane Society to encourage pet owners to microchip their dogs and cats.

At CCHS microchips all pets that are adopted from their shelter. Now they are making microchipping available to all pet owners at the affordable cost of $15 to anyone from anywhere. The next microchipping clinic will be held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday at The Country Store, 106 S. Peach Ave., Marshfield. No appointment is needed. The $15 fee includes the microchip, tag and registration. All dogs should be on leashes and cats in carriers.

Call CCHS at 715-743-4550 or email at petshelter@email.com if you have questions about the"Chip for Life" program.

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