All pets in Victoria are required by law to be microchipped before they can be registered.

Bringing your pet into Hampton Park for microchipping is an important step as a pet owner. It takes only a few seconds, and it’s far more painful to lose a pet than to simply get them chipped.
  • Microchipped dogs are reunited with their owners 2.5x as often, and for cats that shoots up to a 20x increase.
  • Pet microchipping includes an Australia-wide, 24-hour, year-round animal recovery service.

The Process

The process involves inserting a small implant – about the size of a grain of rice – just under your pet’s skin. When performed by an experienced veterinary technician, it takes only a few seconds and is a relatively painless procedure. Pets of any age can be microchipped, and we often do it during a wellness check or desexing procedure.
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The microchip goes with them

Getting a pet living in Lynbrook microchipped can be especially important if you plan to move now or in the future. No matter where you go, and no matter how adventurous your pet is, that microchip will go with them. Remember to keep your contact information updated if you change addresses or phone numbers. All pets microchipped at Hampton Park Veterinary Hospital are registered at Central Animal Records or Australian Animal Records. Please contact the above organisations directly to update your pet’s information. If you microchipped your pet elsewhere and are not sure which microchip organisation holds their details, you can find out by visiting Pet Address.

The microchip goes with them

Getting a pet living in Lynbrook microchipped can be especially important if you plan to move now or in the future. No matter where you go, and no matter how adventurous your pet is, that microchip will go with them. Remember to keep your contact information updated if you change addresses or phone numbers. All pets microchipped at Hampton Park Veterinary Hospital are registered at Central Animal Records or Australian Animal Records. Please contact the above organisations directly to update your pet’s information. If you microchipped your pet elsewhere and are not sure which microchip organisation holds their details, you can find out by visiting Pet Address.
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Caring For Life

Centrally located, Hampton Park Veterinary Hospital provides microchipping for pets in Hampton Park, Lynbrook, Narre Warren South and the surrounding areas, including Narre Warren North, Lyndhurst, Berwick, Hallam, Doveton, Dandenong South, Cranbourne, Cranbourne East, Cranbourne West, Cranbourne South and Endeavour Hills.