Microchip your pet for free

Inner West Council will provide free microchipping for dogs and cats on Sunday 25 September. The service will be available to all residents living within the Inner West Council area.

Council’s Manager Compliance & Enforcement, Ryan Cole said microchipping is essential to good pet ownership.

“A microchip is the only way to permanently identify your pet in the event that they get lost. Council is offering this service as part of its commitment to supporting responsible pet ownership in the inner west.

“Residents can come down and speak with our Rangers, who’ll be there to answer questions and chat about how Council can help you look after your pet,” Mr Cole said.

Residents will also have the opportunity to check and update their pet’s details on the Companion Animals Register.

Microchipping will be free of charge, however registration fees still apply.

The free microchipping will take place at Whites Creek Valley Park, Annandale on Sunday 25 September, 11am – 3pm. To make a booking contact Michael Davies at Inner West Council. Email Michael.Davies@innerwest.nsw.gov.au or call 9367 9074.

This event has been jointly funded by the NSW Government and the Inner West Council as part of the Responsible Pet Ownership Grants Program.

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For further information please contact Council’s Media Team:
Ashfield: 9716 1913, Leichhardt: 9367 9218, Petersham: 9335 2063

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