Chipblitz is rolling into Whyalla in March and will be the last opportunity for pet owners to have their dog or cat microchipped for $10.
As of July 1st, last year all dogs and cats are required to be microchipped and registered.
The microchipping service provided by the Lost Pets of South Australia is a quick, safe and painless way for animals to be permanently identified and recorded under their owner’s name and contact details.
This service provided by Chipblitz has been sourced by the City of Whyalla and is proudly supported by the Dog and Cat Management Board in South Australia.
Bookings and registrations are essential.
Chipblitz is coming to Whyalla on Sunday, March 3.
The animal-loving volunteers will be setting up at the Jessop White Park Girl Guide Hall on Whitehead Street between 9.30am and 3.55pm.
Book now HERE.