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It is National Check the Chip Day. That's not chocolate chips or potato chips. It's microchips!

Those little silicon chips implanted in pets greatly increase the chance of finding your furry friend if it's lost or stolen. But a microchip only works if it's registration information is accurate.

Call in the Humane Society of Missouri and their Animal Medical Center of Mid-America. They are offering free chip checks for you pet and a discount on having a chip inserted. Microchips usually cost $42 but through Saturday, you pay only $25.

The Humane Society asks that you make an appointment for that, but if you just want a check of an existing chip they offer free walk-in visits.  For more information call 314-951-1534.

 

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