October and the Halloween season are a time for scary fun. One scary thing which is not fun is the loss of a family pet. According the Humane Society of the United States, one in three pets is lost during its lifetime.
Microchipping of a pet is the only unique, unalterable, tamper-proof and permanent form of identification that owners can provide to pets. A registered microchip gives a pet a silent voice and gives owners peace of mind that their pet will always find its way home.
The Logan City Police Department in partnership with the Bridgerland Technical College Animal Sciences Department will be hosting dog microchipping clinics on three dates in October. Microchips will be offered to dogs of all Cache County residents for the discount amount of $10 for the first dog and $8 for any additional dogs to the same owner. Additionally, the first 250 people to preregister with the Logan City Police office will receive their chip for $8.
This price includes LIFETIME registration of the microchip and dog through petlink.net. There are no additional fees or charges!
Where: Bridgerland Technical College Animal Sciences Building
1410 N 1000 W
Logan UT, 84321
When: Thursday October 11, 2018 4 pm – 8 pm
Thursday October 25, 2018 4 pm – 8 pm
Saturday October 27, 2018 10 am – 2 pm
Who: All dogs belonging to Cache County residents.
Questions or to Pre-Register: Logan City Police Department
62 W 300 N Logan, UT, 84321
**DOG MUST HAVE PROOF OF CURRENT RABIES VACCINATION AND BE ON A LEASH OR IN A PET CARRIER FOR MICROCHIP SERVICE**