Microchipping is a means of identifying your dog or cat.
The microchip is roughly the size of a grain of rice that is inserted under the skin above and between the shoulders. It is an injection and relatively painless.
The microchip holds its own unique number which is held on a central database with the owners details.
To microchip, you will need to contact your vet.
Details of how to contact the team can be found on the Housing & Public Protection contact page.