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Humane society offers micro-chips to protect pets

This news story was published on April 11, 2012.
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MASON CITY – During the month of April, you can protect your pet from being lost with a micro-chip implant at the Humane Society of North Iowa.

The cost is $30 and is available at this cost for the entire month of April.

The micro-chip used is called the “Home Again” microchip.  “A safe, easy and reliable chip that gives your pet the best chance to be returned to you should they ever get loose, stray or become missing,” the organization stated.  “The process is quick, simple and relatively painless.”

To have your pet(s) micro-chipped, you must make an appointment.  You can call the shelter at 641-423-6241.

For more information about the micro-chipping process, visit the Home Again website.

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