Mobile Microchipping & Chip Check
Keeping pets safe is a priority for Council's Animal Care team who will, in conjunction with the RSPCA, be offering discounted microchipping services at various locations across the City throughout 2018. All cats and dogs born after 1 July 2009 must be implanted with a microchip, so that Council, a vet or welfare organisation can identify them if found lost or wandering and return them to you.
Each year, thousands of pets arrive at shelters and council based centres across Australia without any form of identification (collar, name or registration tag and microchip) which makes it very difficult to identify them and reunite them with their owners. The great thing about a microchip, unlike a collar or tag, is that it can't get lost!
The procedure is quick and virtually painless for your pet - it takes longer for you to fill out the paperwork! Save time by downloading and completing the microchip registration paperwork here (PDF 527 KB). Don't forget to bring it with you on the day.
For just $20, our trained staff will implant your pet and register your details with the microchip provider. Don't forget that microchipping your pet is law and does not replace your pet's registration with Council.
Think your pet is already microchipped but can't find your details? Not a problem. Get your pet's chip checked at any of the scheduled events. With the wave of a microchipping wand we'll record your pet's microchip details for you.
What if you can't find my pet's microchip? Microchips are usually located at the back of your pet's head in their neck region. Sometimes, they can travel, but not far. If we can't find it, it means your pet probably isn't microchipped.
So, where can you find us? You won't miss us! Look for the RSPCA mobile microchipping trailer at one of the locations below:
Event dates and locations
|Saturday 16 June||Marsden State High School (car park), 106-130 Muchow Road, Waterford West||7.30am - 9am|
|Saturday 14 July||Grand Plaza Shopping Centre (Target Car Park), follow the signs||9am - Noon|
|Saturday 28 July||Mabel Park State High School (car park), 72-116 Paradise Road, Slacks Creek||7.30am - 9am|
|Saturday 25 August||Beenleigh PCYC, 20-38 Alamein Street, Beenleigh||7.30am - 9am|
|Saturday 29 September||Bunnings Loganholme, Homemaker Centre, Mandew Street, Loganholme||7.30am - 9am|
|Saturday 13 October||Tudor Park, 83-125 Clarks Road, Loganholme||7.30am - 9am|
|Saturday 3 November||Crestmead Park PCYC, Gimlet Street, Crestmead||7.30am - 9am|
|Saturday 24 November||Wineglass Drive (adjacent to swimming pool), Hillcrest||7.30am - 9am|
Terms & conditions
Cats and dogs from 12 weeks only. Proof of age may be requested. Maximum of 4 animals per adult (must be over 18). Logan residents only. Proof of residency required. Please do not bring sick, injured, nursing, recently operated on or pets with skin conditions. Microchip implanters are not insured to provide veterinary consultations at these events. In the event of wet or inclement weather the event may be cancelled at the discretion of event organisers - please check Council's Facebook page prior to attending. Owners are to be responsible for their pets at all times ensuring dogs are kept on a leash and under effective control and cats contained in a suitable carrier. Owners are responsible for picking up after their pets.