Microchipping Day


Dr. Joe Debrota, Humane Society of Indianapolis explains how easy it is too microchip and pet plus why it’s so important. Saturday, June 7, 2014, from 9-noon at the Humane Society of Indianapolis, 7929 N. Michigan Rd. Indianapolis, IN 46268 will microchip your pet for  $10.

OneAmerica is hosting a donation drive, as well; if you would like to help out even more. Below is a list of items needed:

  • Squeeze Cheese
  • Canned Kitten Food
  • Dry Cat Food
  • Tuna
  • Mr. Clean Magic Erasers
  • Puppy Formula (preferably Esbilac)
  • Baby Bottles
  • Sandwich Bags
  • 1 Gallon Ziploc Bags
  • Lint Rollers
  • Arm & Hammer Powdered Laundry Detergent

About microchipping:

o      Pet microchip identification is a permanent way to ensure that if your pet goes missing, veterinarians and shelters can easily find your contact info and reunite you with your pet, even if they’re missing their collar and ID tag.

o      Microchips are the size of a grain of rice and are quickly and easily injected into the skin on the back of a cat’s or dog’s neck.

o      Microchips are not tracked by GPS; rather, they’re scanned with a wand found at most vet offices and animal shelters. They contain the owner’s contact information only.

o      Did you know that 1 in 3 pets are lost in their life, and 90% never make it home?

o      All animals adopted from IndyHumane are microchipped before adoption. If you aren’t sure if your pet has a microchip, we can scan it for you.


at IndyHumane.org and more about microchipping here http://indyhumane.org/index.php/services/microchipping .


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