Animal welfare service
Microchipping of dogs
Collars and tags can go missing, leaving a dog with no means of identification, but microchipping can help. A microchip is 14mm in length (the size of a grain of rice), it is quick, simple and painless to implant into the scruff of the dogs neck.
It has a unique number code, which can be read by scanners held nationwide by all major animal charities, vets, police holding kennels and Animal Welfare Officers. This code is stored on a national database that holds all sorts of information including the owners name and contact details, dogs name, age, colour and even favourite food.
At the moment Coventry City Council Dog Wardens are working with Dogs Trust. We are offering the chance of free micro chipping of dogs, to all residents of Coventry. If you are interested please contact email@example.com