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Microchipping
Microchipping

Concerned about losing your pet? Paumanok Veterinary Hospital recommends having your pet microchipped. The microchip is administered under the skin between the shoulder blades of your pet much like a vaccine. Each microchip is assigned a definitive ID number; this number is registered with a national database with your personal contact information on it. If your pet is picked up by any animal control, shelter or veterinary office, it may be scanned for a microchip. If a microchip is found, your pet will be returned to your loving home. We recommend the Home Again Microchipping System to assist your pet in a safe return home if they become lost.

Now you can track your pet right on your computer or handheld devise with the Gibi GPS tracking collar. Ask us how you can protect your pet.

“Three years ago my 6-year-old female Bernese mountain dog, Liberty Belle, tore her ACL on her rear left leg. Dr. Dave operated on her and repaired it, warning me that usually if one goes, the other goes also. I was so impressed by Dr. Dave and his care, concern, and professionalism that I brought my 3-year-old Bernese mountain dog, Starr of Freedom, to him for treatment. Dr. Dave was correct and my 6-year-old Liberty tore her other ACL before the other one was healed. I was distraught, but Dr. Dave talked to me and allayed my fears. He operated on her other leg and in 2 days she was able to hobble around. Today, she is fine and at almost 9 years old, she runs and plays. I am impressed with the hospital staff’s professionalism, true concern for the animals, and warm, friendly attitude. They always call a couple of times to follow-up on treatment and will always fit you in for an appointment if your pet is sick. I feel like my pets are in good hands with Dr. Dave and Dr. Dee. Thanks Paumanok for all that you do.”

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