Miami Township, Ohio – The Miami Township Police Department has teamed up with Clermont Animal CARE Humane Society – who runs the Clermont County animal shelter located in Batavia, to provide a low-cost microchipping event! Vet clinics often charge $60+; however, Clermont Animal CARE Humane Society will be offering this service for only $25 per pet! Cats are also welcome! This event is open to non-residents as well.
Microchipping your pet is an effective way to ensure your friend isn’t away from home for long. The microchips are permanent identification that won’t get caught and torn off on branches, etc. The chip is about the size of a grain of rice and it is injected under your pets’ skin. It contains a code that is read by a handheld scanner that animal shelters, vet clinics and the Miami Township Police Department have access to. A special database matches the code to your information so you can be notified when your pet is located!
This event will be held at Miami Meadows Park (1546
State Route 131 • 45150) on Saturday, June 23, 1 to 4 PM
at the main shelter. If you would like to participate in this program,
YOU MUST RSVP to Officer Annie Morgan at Ann.Morgan@MiamiTwpOH.gov or call (513) 248.3721 and indicate the number of pets that need microchipped. All proceeds will benefit Clermont Animal CARE Humane Society.