Elkhart County Humane Society hosts microchipping clinic

ELKHART COUNTY, Ind. – With a warmer spring in Michiana, the Humane Society of Elkhart County is encouraging pet owners to consider microchipping their furry friends with a free microchipping clinic on Sunday, March 27.

They are offering 500 microchips to pet owners on a first-come, first-served basis starting at noon.

Microchips are permanent identification tags that go under the skin. Once scanned, it can display information such as names, phone numbers, and emails.

The Humane Society of Elkhart County’s free microchipping clinic is open to residents of Michigan and Indiana. All that the organizers ask is that your animals be vaccinated, and be either in kennels or on a leash.

Janet Graham, outreach manager at the Humane Society of Elkhart County, said microchips can be crucial in helping lost pets find their owners.

“Animals get lost, people make mistakes, animals go outside, and a microchip can help them get home faster,” Graham said.

The clinic begins at noon and will continue until 4 p.m. They are also running a special throughout March where all dogs get a 50% discount.

If you are interested in volunteer opportunities at the Humane Society or would like more information, visit the website here


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Jennifer R. Strohm