Microchip

By: Sunset Animal Clinic  11/22/2011
Keywords: Pet

Every two seconds a family pet is lost. Shelters are already overcrowded so lost pets can only be kept a short period of time. Shelters do their very best to locate owners, but if your pet has no form if identification, there’s not much they can do. More pets die because their owners didn’t identify them than from all infectious diseases combined.

Tragically, most never make it back home because their owners didn’t identify them. With a microchip, your pet can’t leave home without his identification. Everywhere your pet goes, the microchip is there. Real protection that can’t fade, fall off or be removed.

A tiny microchip that contains a personal, one-of-a-kind identification number distinguishes your pet as a special member of your family. The microchip is so tiny that it fits through a hypodermic needle. When the shelter finds the chip number, they call the 24 hour hotline. After a quick search of the database, you, your veterinarian, or alternate contact is contacted and your pet comes home to you. Scanners are provided free of charge to any shelter that requests one. PETtrac is the global recovery network that has saved thousands of pets. Its sophisticated computerized database maintains the information you provide to recover your pet. This information will always be available because the database is backed by Veterinary Medical Associations across the United States. By enrolling and getting your pet micro chipped, you provide your pet with the most comprehensive and sophisticated safety-net of protection available.

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Other products and services from Sunset Animal Clinic

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Grooming

As part of the grooming we do clipping if needed, bath, brush out, nail clipping, ear cleaning, and external expression of the anal glands. Pugs, bulldogs, or other flat faced breeds require the facial folds to be cleaned regularly and depending on the pet some require it daily. It is important to maintain some general grooming at home, such as trimming your pets nails, brushing their hair, and bathing.


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Boarding

To ensure the safety of all pets, we require all pets to have an exam each time they come in for boarding. Please bring your pets medication at the time of check in, if needed a new prescription will be dispensed. We only charge for one exam but we examine your pet multiple times during their stay with us. We require vaccinations to be given by a veterinarian. We feed Science Diet or Iams Veterinary Formulas.


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Dental Care

Proper diet, treats and brushing are an important part of the care of your pets’ teeth, however even with proper care a dental cleaning will be necessary. A dental cleaning for your pet is essential done in the same manner as your teeth are done, however your pet will be under anesthesia. The bacteria in your pets’ mouth can cause problems with their internal organs, such as their heart, kidneys, liver, and spleen.


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Spays, Neuters & Other Surgical Procedures

Thousands of dogs and cats are born in Oregon every year, and it’s impossible for us to care for all of them. Not only does altering your pet keep it from producing unwanted offspring. You can help reduce the number of unwanted animals by spaying your pet. Makes your pet less likely to roam and get in fights. Reduces the risk of hormonal problems.


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General Pet Care

Pugs, bulldogs, or other flat faced breeds require the facial folds to be cleaned regularly and depending on the pet some require it daily. We do this to unsure they are healthy enough to receive the vaccination they are schedules for. To ensure your pet’s health we require an exam each time they come in for vaccinations. First vaccination is 1yearAfter first it is every 3 years. Kitten Schedule for strictly indoor kittens.


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Nutrition

It’s important to choose your dog food according to your pet’s age and lifestyle because of the biological changes your dog will go through. At every veterinary visit, discuss your puppy’s body condition, diet and amount of food you’re feeding to ensure your puppy’s best health. Just like people, every dog has unique nutritional needs based on age, health and activity level.