Marietta Vet Clinic Announces Holiday Microchip Event as Pets Become Holiday Gifts

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Marietta Vet Clinic and veterinarian, Julian Peckich DVM announces the Holiday Microchip Event as many dogs and cats will join families as a gift during the festive season.

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Veterinarian Julian Peckich on Microchipping

Marietta Vet Clinic gets calls each week concerning lost pets. Most wish they had chipped their pet. It's our pleasure to offer affordable microchip services."

Much of the holiday season involves gift giving, and many gifts will be a new pet. The Marietta Vet Clinic and veterinarian, Julian Peckich DVM believe every dog and cat should be micro-chipped as an added security in case a pet becomes lost.

The animal clinic is offering extended hours for microchipping upon request during the holiday season.

"Most animal clinics offer microchips, a quick and safe procedure that can be performed in most pet clinics. It's an economical way to give the new family member an additional layer of security. Our pet clinic gets calls and posters each week concerning lost pets," says Dr. Peckich. "Most wish they had chipped their pet. It's our pleasure to offer affordable microchip services."

Marietta Vet Clinic offers Home Again pet micro-chipping, a simple and easy way to help reunite lost pets. A microchip, the size of a grain of rice is implanted beneath the surface of a pet's skin that will last the life of the pet. It is a way to mark an animal with a permanent unique ID that can be scanned to identify and return a pet to the owner. The scanned microchip is used by HomeAgain to identify pets and provide contact information.

An important key for successful microchipping is for the owner to enroll the chip in the national pet recovery database. This allows pet and contact information to be associated with each microchip. It is important to keep contact information up to date whenever families move or change phone numbers.

Home Again has reunited over 1,000,000 lost pets with their owners out of over 6.5 million enrolled. Marietta Vet Clinic encourages pet owners to microchip pets given as a holiday gift.

Marietta Vet Clinic and veterinarian, Julian Peckich DVM, are pleased to welcome dogs and cats to the pet clinic, dog clinic and cat clinic. Dr. Peckich provides veterinary services for the Marietta, Kennesaw, Dallas, Acworth, and Powder Springs, GA. It would be their great pleasure to welcome dogs and cats to the pet family for cat vaccinations, dog vaccinations, sick animal relief, laboratory testing, pet teeth cleaning, veterinary dentistry, wellness exams, spay and neuter clinic and mobile veterinary services.

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