Call us to book your pet's next appointment.

Hand placing a microchip scanner on a dog

Microchipping a Dog

A microchip is a tiny identifying computer chip that is inserted just under your pet’s skin. When scanned, the little chip gives a number, which is unique for your pet. If your pet is lost, the shelters or veterinary hospitals can access the information on a national database to help contact you.

At Westbridge Veterinary Hospital, we use microchips from 24PetWatch. For more information, or to register your pet’s microchip that was placed at our hospital, please visit 24PetWatch.

How much does it cost to microchip a dog?

For pricing, please contact the hospital at 905.285.0002 and we will be happy to provide you with a quote.

Click here to view our microchip video banner


Dog thinking about ticks and fleas

Year-round protection means more peace of mind!

“Tick season” used to mean spring/summer/fall, with a break over the winter – the colder weather meant that we could take a break from worrying about these pesky bugs and the diseases they can transmit. But in the last few years, we’ve seen a change creeping up on us, with the weather staying warm later into the season, and spring arriving earlier each year – and the bugs are loving it!

Read More
See All Articles