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Please read "Microchipping Clinic for animals - Frequently Asked Questions" for information on how microchips can help to identify or find runaway pets.

Microchipping Day will be held in Montréal on Sunday, October 25, 2015. The event is open to owners of cats and dogs that have been issued a 2015 pet tag in one of the 19 Montréal boroughs. If your animal has not yet been issued a tag, you must submit an application before you are able to register your pet. To find out how you can apply for a pet tag, please visit your borough website.

If you do not live in one of the Montréal boroughs, or would like to have your pet microchipped before the official Microchipping Day, please call your veterinarian.

To ensure cat and dog safety, only the animals that have received adequate protection against infectious diseases (vaccines) will be allowed to register for Microchipping Day in Montréal. The city reserves the right to deny the registration of animals that are too young to be sufficiently immune or adult animals whose immunization is not up-to-date. Before registering, please ask your veterinarian if your pet's vaccination is up to date.

To fill in the registration form, you will need the following:

Microchipping Day in Montréal is an opportunity to have your pet microchipped for only $20 (taxes included), thanks to the city’s financial support and generosity of participating veterinarians. This amount is payable at the time of the intervention. A maximum of two animals per household will be allowed, so that as many Montrealers as possible may benefit from this great offer.

The number of places is limited, so please register your animal as soon as possible.