MicrochippingPomeranian

Having your pet microchipped is a great, inexpensive way to ensure that he or she has permanent identification. A chip the size of a grain of rice containing a serial number is injected just under the skin between the animal’s shoulder blades. The process in simple, and painless – much like a needle prick that humans feel. We scan all animals for a microchip. If an animal has been chipped, we will have information about its human caregiver.

To learn more about our low-cost microchip services please click here.

 

Licensing

Current animal license information, including fees, can be found on the County of San Mateo website (click here).

Licenses can be purchased/renewed and are issued at both of our shelters during our normal open hours. Licenses can also be purchased/renewed at the County’s Office of Vital Statistics located at 225 37th Ave., San Mateo from 9 am – 3 pm Monday – Friday.

If you prefer to purchase/renew a license on line, please visit PetData, Inc. or click here. If you have questions or a problem with your license, please call the county at (650) 573-3726.

 

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