Home Again Microchip

“What would you do if your pet got lost?”

Without identification, 90% of the 10 million lost pets every year don’t return home! To protect your pet from never being found if he/she got away from you, microchip and enroll your pet with a company you can trust.

Hunt Valley Animal Hospital is proud to offer the HomeAgainR Microchip pet relocation system. The tiny microchip is inserted under the skin between the shoulder blades, much like when your pet receives a vaccination. However, the needle is larger than that used for a vaccine, so often we will recommend to microchip your pet while under sedation or anesthesia for another procedure. Most pet do not respond negatively to the insertion of the chip, even while awake.

The microchip is electronically connected to your information and your veterinarian’s information. Once you report your pet lost, the 24/7 Recovery Specialists at HomeAgainR issue an immediate lost pet alert to local vets, shelters and Pet Rescuers. You are provided a list of local shelters so you can start to make contacts regarding your lost pet.

Other benefits included in your HomeAgain annual membership:

  • 24/7 Emergency Medical Care Hotline (1-888-466-3242)
  • Lost Pet Medical Insurance for all enrolled pets
  • Travel assistance for found pets

Please call Hunt Valley Animal Hospital or visit the HomeAgainR website for more information.
www.homeagain.com

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Hunt Valley
Animal Hospital

11206 York Road
Cockeysville, MD 21030

Phone: 410-527-0800
Fax: 410-527-0041

Hospital Hours

Monday - Friday: 7:30am-7:30pm
Saturday: 8:00am-4:00pm

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