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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.

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The Advantages of Digital X-ray

Digital radiography has revolutionized diagnostic capabilities, offering higher contrast images with significantly less x-ray exposure for both patients and staff. This technology reduces the need for retakes due to incorrect settings, as images can be digitally manipulated, further minimizing radiation exposure. Additionally, digital radiography is much more environmentally friendly, eliminating the need for film and harmful chemicals, thereby reducing medical waste and environmental impact.

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