Mundaring Shire offers free microchipping of pets


Community safety ranger Delphine Wilson encourages microchipping.
Community safety ranger Delphine Wilson encourages microchipping.

MUNDARING Shire will offer free microchipping of animals with the help of four veterinary students.

The students will provide the service supervised by a qualified vet as part of their final exams from 2pm to 4pm on Friday, March 10, at Mundaring pound in Jacoby Street.

Family pets include ferrets and snakes, but no livestock are eligible to have an identity chip inserted.

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It is compulsory in WA for dogs and cats to be microchipped.

To register for a limited place in the free service program, contact Ranger Services at rangersecretary@mundaring.wa.gov.au by Thursday, March 9, to secure an appointment.