Welcome to Spay Neuter Kingston Initiative (SNKI)’s microchip clinic registration form.

Date:         TBA – Be sure to sign up for the waitlist to get first access to registration information, once available.

Location: TBA – We are always looking for volunteer veterinary host clinics – if you know a vet interested please email [email protected]

Waitlist Form:

Please provide us with your information to be added to the waitlist, and we will reach out to you as soon as we confirm the date and location of our next microchip clinic. Our microchip clinics are entirely volunteer-run, with volunteers working behind the scenes, veterinarians and vet techs generously donating their time, and even the hosting clinic being volunteered. We make every effort to hold multiple clinics each year, but because we depend so heavily on the kindness of our volunteers, planning can be time-consuming, but once confirmed, we will be in touch!

You Are Here Microchip Clinic Registration

At our non-profit, 100% volunteer run organization, we are dedicated to making microchipping affordable for the community. To register for our microchip clinic, please ensure that your pet’s rabies vaccination is up-to-date and provide proof either during registration or by email to [email protected] within 24 hours. Payment of $25 per microchip is also required at registration. If you prefer not to use PayPal, you can send an e-transfer to [email protected] with your pet’s name included in the comments. Once we have received both your proof of vaccination and payment, we will email you within 24 hours a scheduled appointment time. Please note that refunds are not available except in the rare case that your pet is found to already have a microchip on the day of the clinic.

For cat owners, we will be offering a “fear free environment” at the clinic, utilizing Feliway to help calm and relieve stress and anxiety in your pet. We recommend covering your cat’s kennel with a towel both before leaving home and while at the clinic.

Microchipping your pet can greatly increase the likelihood of their safe return if they become lost. Any vet or shelter can scan for a microchip (at no cost to you) and help reunite you with your pet. While we hope this never happens, it’s always better to be prepared and take preventative.

At our microchip clinics, the safety of all pets and attendees is a top priority. Therefore, we kindly request that all dogs are kept on a leash and under your control, while all cats are secured in a pet carrier. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in helping us to maintain a safe and efficient environment for all pets and their owners.

For current news check our Facebook page and the Kingston Community Lost and Found Pets Facebook page.

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