Microchipping

A microchip is a unique personal identification implanted under your pet’s skin.  It is an extremely important and valuable tool for every pet and pet owner.  The process takes just a matter of seconds, and can help to reunite a lost pet with their loving family.   Any time a pet is presented to an animal authority without an owner, an employee of the veterinary hospital, shelter, rescue league or animal control should scan them for a microchip.  A database through the American Animal Hospital Association website can help track down the owner of any microchipped pet through the microchip company registration, and a heartbreaking loss can be avoided.

Note: Woodley Gardens Veterinary Care uses ISO-compatible microchips, which is also often times needed for international travel and International Health Certificates.

Pet Microchipping in Rockville
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"My dog and I just had an awesome first visit with Dr. Storm. He is kind, knowledgeable, and thorough. I highly recommend this vet office!"

- Grace G.

"I'm a specialty vet tech and highly recommend this primary vets office. They've got all the equipment & quality care that you get at a specialty hospital."

- Tracy V.

"Highly recommend this place! Very caring doctors and staff!"

- David R.

"Love this place and the staff. They take the best care of my girl!"

- Devon G.

"Incredibly gentle and considerate with even the most fearful dog. "

- Rebecca P.

"Dr. Storm is very knowledgeable and takes time to discuss whatever might be going on with your pet and answer any questions. The staff is very friendly. Great animal hospital."

- Adrienne B.

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