Microchip Clinics

Without a voice, without a tag, he may never find his way home. Microchips are a safe and affordable way to keep you and your pet together forever. Microchip cost is $25.00, including registration. A priceless investment in your pet!

NHA is offering several opportunities for you to microchip your pet. Please see the below dates, join us and make sure he always finds his way home.


All Microchip Clinics are from 11AM - 1PM (Unless otherwise noted)

DATE                                                 EVENT/PLACE                                         

                     

April 18, 2015                                     National Pet Month

                                                            Nashville Humane Association 213 Oceola Avenue

 

June 13, 2015                                      Nashville Humane Feline Frenzy Month

                                                            Nashville Humane Association 213 Oceola Avenue

 

September 19, 2015                            Dog Day (10 A.M.-3 P.M.)

                                                            Centennial Park

                                                            2500 West End Avenue

 

October 3, 2015                                  Adopt a Shelter Dog Month

                                                            Nashville Pet Products, Hermitage

                                                            4066 Andrew Jackson Parkway

 

December 5, 2015                               Home For The Holidays

                                                            Nashville Humane Association 213 Oceola Avenue


Commonly asked questions about microchips:

Q: Can I microchip my cat, or is this just for dogs?
A: You can microchip your cat, and given a cats curiosity—we recommend you do so!

Q: How large is a microchip?
A: The microchip is smaller than a grain of rice.

Q: How will it effect my pet?
A: It is just like receiving a shot and does not hurt your pet.

Q: Where is the microchip inserted?
A: The microchip is inserted between the pet’s shoulder blades.

Q: Who administers the microchip?
A: It is administered by a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.

Q: Do I need an appointment?
A: No appointment necessary. Just show up!