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August 24, 2009


Dougie Kipps

Thanks goes out to the Staff and Volunteers of the Richmond SPCA to provide the local Community this opportunity of an Low Cost Microchip Clinic.
I had my Dog Microchip over 2 yrs ago and understand the importance of it even though she wears also wears an Collar with an ID. Also one of the Local Animal Control Officers have shown me their Scanner and how they use it to determine if the Animal has an Microchip.
The bottom line is trying to keep an Animal in their Home instead of them being Homeless.

S. Rust

My family and I bought our 3 dogs and 1 cat to be chipped yesterday. All the volunteers need to be congratulated on a job well done. We were very impressed with the organization and helpfullness of everyone involved. We were in and out in under 15 minutes.

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