We believe that micro-chipping your companion animals is an act of love that will help keep them safe.
You may remember reading about John John, the dog featured on this site earlier this month, who was homeless in Brooklyn, New York. His microchip ID saved his life, as it traced back to Nevada SPCA since he had been adopted from us.
Every day, microchip IDs help lost animals get immediately returned to their owners.
One of the most popular features of the annual Family, Fur & Fun Festivals is the $5 microchip ID booth, courtesy of Aloha Animal Hospital. All healthy companion animals are welcome, the microchip IDs are implanted on-site, and the whole process takes only a few minutes.
We hope to see you Saturday!
What: 4th Annual Family, Fur & Fun Festival
When: Saturday, October 2nd, 10am-4pm
Where: Exploration Peak Park in Mountain's Edge, 9700 S. Buffalo (SE corner at Blue Diamond)