Upcoming Clinics:

Microchip Clinic RegistrationAt our clinic, we strive to keep costs low, and we achieve this by relying on volunteer vet clinics and volunteers. We have wrapped up our clinics for 2023 but will work on scheduling a date sometime in 2024. In the meantime, you can sign up for a waitlist, click the button to the right! Please be reminded that all pets must have up-to-date rabies vaccinations before attending the clinic, and we do ask for proof of this. See below for more information about our clinics.

REGISTRATION CLOSED However, you can sign up for the waitlist to be contacted when we plan another clinic – click the register button. Since our clinics are 100% volunteer run, it takes a lot of work and time to coordinate them.

We’re proud continue with our successful “fear-free environment”  for cats. We understand how stressful it can be for cats to attend the clinic, which is why have a separate room with Feliway set up. Feliway is a product that comforts and reassures cats in stressful situations. We encourage cat owner’s to cover their kennels with a towel prior to leaving home and while in the clinic.

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.

As a non-profit organization, we strive to keep our costs low for the community. Please note that refunds are not available, except in the event that your pet is found to already have a microchip on the day of the clinic. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in helping us to maintain a safe and efficient environment for all pets and their owners.

About our Microchip Clinics:

We understand the importance of microchipping your furry friends, and that’s why we offer affordable microchip services for both cats and dogs year-round. Thanks to the help of our volunteers, local veterinarians, vet techs, and online preregistration, we are able to keep our costs low at just $25.

To ensure a smooth experience for you and your pets, we book appointments by time-slot, which will be emailed to you upon registration and payment. It’s important to note that all pets must be up-to-date on their rabies vaccination, and we do ask for proof of this.

Please be prompt for your appointment at the designated time (not early), so we can register and microchip as many pets as possible. In the event that you need to change your time or can’t make your appointment, please email us at [email protected].

As a registered charity, the Spay Neuter Kingston Initiative hosts our microchip clinic with the help of the generosity of local businesses, veterinarians, vet techs, and volunteers. We couldn’t do it without their support!


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What is Included:

In just 15 minutes or less, you can have the reassurance of knowing that your beloved pet has an increased chance of being reunited with you if they become lost. Our low-cost microchip clinic is a quick and easy process, taking less than 5 minutes to complete.

Our dedicated volunteers will be on hand to provide you with all necessary paperwork and ensure your pet’s information is accurately entered into the PetPoint system. You will receive an electronic copy of your paperwork via email after the clinic, along with simple instructions on how to use the 24PetWatch login page.

Take advantage of this opportunity to protect your furry friend and give yourself peace of mind. Book your appointment today at our upcoming clinic.


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Can my puppy or kitten be microchipped? Puppies and kittens 8 weeks and older can be safely microchipped. We use “micro” microchips which are smaller than the standard microchip, this provides even less ouch factor for small pets and is safe for puppies and kittens.

My puppy or kitten is too young for rabies, what do I do? If your puppy or kitten is between the age of 8 weeks to 16 weeks we understand they are too young for a rabies vaccine and are exempt from this requirement. We do ask you provide us the date you plan to get them vaccinated for rabies on our online form.

Can my bird/bunny/rat be microchipped? Unfortunately, we can only offer microchips to dogs and cats.

Will the microchip hurt my pet? No, it shouldn’t feel more than a small pinch! We use “micro” microchips which are smaller than the standard microchip, this provides even less ouch factor for your pet.

Can I arrive early for my appointment? We ask that you arrive on time for your scheduled appointment. The appointment is quick and should take no longer than 15 minutes in total if everyone arrives for their scheduled time. If you would like a different appointment time, please contact [email protected]

Email: [email protected]

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