Now is the time to chip in
Royston Veterinary Centre are very happy to announce that all dog and cat soft toys that were lost in Royston have been returned. Our microchipping month continues and we are running a prize draw for anyone able to guess the where the cat and dog toys
Royston Veterinary Centre are very happy to announce that all dog and cat soft toys that were "lost" in Royston have been returned.
Our microchipping month continues and we are running a prize draw for anyone able to guess the where the cat and dog toys were found, the clues are on the leaflets. The leaflets can be downloaded from the Crow's website or picked up from Royston Veterinary Centre where you can get your pet microchipped for just �10.95.
Microchipping is important because it means that pets can be easily identified when they go missing and the case of Pepsi Boardman (reported in The Crow in June) who was found after being lost for 16 months highlights this. We hope this competition will raise awareness of the importance of getting pets microchipped.
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