Join us at one of our upcoming Microchip and Nail Clinics. Animal Humane Society staff will trim your pet's nails, and upon your request, implant a microchip.
Microchips are an implanted form of identification. This inexpensive chip — the size of a grain of rice — is implanted between your pet’s shoulder blades just under the skin and is equipped with an individual scanning number. That number is then listed with your contact information in a nation-wide database that can be accessed by veterinarians and animal shelters.
Anal gland expression is also offered.
Questions? Contact our Pet Helpline at 952-HELP-PET (952-435-7738).
Microchip and Nail Clinics are offered from 1 to 3 p.m. at each of our four Twin Cities metro locations.
- St. Paul, Woodbury: First and third Sunday of each month
- Coon Rapids, Golden Valley: Second and fourth Sunday of each month
- Microchipping: $30 plus tax
- Nail trims: $15 plus tax
- Anal gland expression: $20 plus tax