This lovely boy was brought to the surgery after being found on Andover Close.
This is our original post on our practice Facebook page – “He is microchipped and we believe his name is Jack, but we don’t seem to be able to get in contact with the owners.
If anyone has any information, please leave us a message or give us a ring to get this boy back home as soon as possible
Oh good, I’m glad they have been reunited 🙂
Microchipping is a modern way of identifying your pet and helps to reunite lost pets with their owners.
The chip is about the size of a grain of rice and is implanted with a needle. The chip holds a unique number and this number is stored with your information on a secure central database.
If a pet is found straying or injured, then its chip can be scanned by a chip reader and the data can be accessed by Bicester Vets to help reunite the pet and owner.
Any species of pet can be chipped including reptiles!
For more information or to book your pet in for chipping please contact us.
Ava is now seven months on from her surgery. She is very lively and is behaving like a puppy again!
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