GPS for Pets is here!

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.

“I have been taking my many pets to Paumanok Veterinary Hospital for close to 20 years. In fact, I think my dog Seltzer was one of their first clients. I wouldn’t go anywhere else. Both Dr. Dee and Dr. Dave have demonstrated not only skill, but also compassion when dealing with my many pets. They take time to explain options and answer my MANY questions. I have also found their staff to be terrific! When I lost Seltzer after over 16 years, they grieved with me. The Hensens cared for her since she fit in one hand, and they shared my grief not only as vets, but also as friends. They are wonderful professionals, human beings, and friends. I couldn’t recommend Paumanok Veterinary Hospital more. ”

The materials offered on this website are intended for educational purposes only. Paumanok Veterinary Hospital, P.C. does not provide veterinary medical services or guidance via the internet. Please consult your veterinarian in matters regarding the care of your animals.