Microchip your dog or cat at home
Have your cat or dog microchipped in the comfort of your home. See your local vet and book with PawSquad today!
Why owners love us for Dog Microchipping
Up to 3x longer consultations
Less stress and happier dog
Discounts for multiple pets
Microchip dogs and cats at home with PawSquad
It is quick and simple to microchip a dog or cat at home, stress-free. It is now mandatory for owners to get microchips for dogs. The microchip for dogs and cats is about the size of a grain of rice and is inserted just below the skin. The procedure is designed to be virtually painless and will make it easier to be reunited with your furry friend if they wander too far from home.
What is a microchip?
A microchip is a small device that stores important information about your dog or cat. It is about the size of a grain of rice and sits under the skin on your pet’s neck. The microchip can be scanned using a special device that provide unique information about the pet. This helps to identify the pet should they get lost. This means you are much more likely to be reunited with your dog or cat should they wonder a little too far from home.
The dog microchipping law
It is now mandatory for owners to have their dogs microchipped and their details kept on a database. This law is to help return dogs to concerned owners, and to support rescue centers and kennels that cover the cost of housing lost and stolen dogs.
How much is it to get a pet microchipped?
PawSquad charges £20 to microchip your puppy or kitten. By combining the procedure with their vaccinations and health check, you will not have to pay an additional consultation fee.
Here's how PawSquad Works
Find your PawSquad vet
Schedule a home visit at time that suits you. Book on our website, app or over the phone.
Your vet comes to you
Skip the stressful trip to the vet. Home visits for Dog Microchipping can last up to 3 times longer, with more time for care and questions.
Heal peacefully at home
Connect with your vet for any follow-up questions through messages, calls or video.
Average rating of 4.95
“"Hello there, last time I spoke with Charlotte, who was most helpful and kind. She she introduced me to the lovely Peter Hiscox. Sadly my beautiful cat Missie was very poorly, and she needed urgent help which came in the form of Peter. He visited me last Thursday evening and helped Missie on her way. it was so sad but completely stress and pain ...”
Elaine - London
“Martha has been fantastic, great manner and approach with our pet cat and provided an invaluabe option for assessment and tretment at home which has been great at normalising the whole procces for our cat and famy away from a clinical setting which we were all struggling with. Can thoroughly reccommend service and especially Martha who has handl...”
Alex Morrison - Edinburgh
“The care received from PawSquad is 100% better than using a surgery of changing vets.”
Diane Cameron - London
“Had a really positive experience with PawSquad. The vet (one of several I gather) was Pietro Faustini. He came to look at my 19 year old cat who hates going to the vet. The call out charge was slightly more than my local vet's consult fee but costs of blood tests was cheaper so came to about the same. And the benefit was that my cat was far less...”
Jen Miles - London
“I can highly recommend PawSquad, it's an easy to use service and there's never a problem getting an appointment. Our cat always found the visits to the local vet very stressful and therefore home visits by PawSquad are god sent. We saw Dr Pietro on two occasions and I must say he was absolutely amazing!! He's a professional with a big heart who ...”
Abdalla - London
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"Vaccinated and microchipped 12 cheeky springers! Let's just say it was organised chaos!"
Dr Mhairi Fleming
"Sadie was adopted last week. I was her first visitor and she was a very sweet waggy hostess 😊"
Dr Martha Murphy
"The handsome Harry and Feisty, waiting (im)patiently for their toys and treats after their check up."
Dr Peter Hiscox
"Here is Susie trying to hide from me. She eventually gave in and had her vaccination and a flea treatment."
Dr Mhairi Fleming
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