August 17
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Wishbone Pet Care


Katy Community ‘Chip Clinic will offer $10 microchips, with FREE lifetime registration on Saturday, August 17 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Wishbone Pet Care’s new, expanded location in Missouri City! Additionally, the first five pets will be microchipped for FREE, in memory of Godiva Handley. Godiva was AKC Certified Therapy Dog Excellent with over 200 visits to schools, nursing homes, day care centers and scouting troops ( Her family wishes to honor her for her work helping others.

PLEASE NOTE: cash only, must bring proof of RABIES VACCINATION (paperwork — not just the collar tag) for the safety of our volunteers and other attendees. Cats and rabbits should be in secure carriers, dogs should be on a non-slip lead, no retractable leashes, please! This is for personal pets only. Families do not need to live in Missouri City to take advantage of this offer.

What is a microchip? A microchip is a rice-sized transponder that is injected between a pet’s shoulder blades with a needle. Dogs, cats and rabbits can all be microchipped. When getting ‘chipped, most animals don’t notice any difference than when receiving yearly vaccinations. A microchip does NOT have a GPS locator on it, but as long as the account is kept up-to-date, its number will be linked to the pet owner’s contact information. The microchip account is easily accessible online, and pet owners can update when needed and even add pet’s photo and veterinarian info.

Why is it so important to microchip your pets? Microchipping is a FREE CALL HOME FOR LIFE should your pet accidentally get out and be brought to a shelter or veterinarian’s office. Collars and tags can be removed or fall off, but a microchip goes wherever your pet does! In Texas, when a pet escapes its home, if brought to a shelter, after only three days it can be released for adoption (or worse). With more than 10 shelters in the Houston metropolitan region (pets don’t observe city limits or county lines!), finding a lost pet can suddenly become a full time job (posting signs, searching online, visiting shelters). Many times, the correct breed isn’t even entered into a shelter’s registration system upon intake, so making phone calls and asking if a specific breed was brought in can’t guarantee an owner finds its pet. However, if a pet is microchipped, it will be scanned upon intake, and can often be back home within hours! Microchipping a pet provides a direct link to the owner’s contact information and expedites a joyful reunion.

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KCCC is a 501c3 non-profit, volunteer-run organization, established by Katy-area Lost & Found Pet Networking Groups with a purpose of educating and facilitating convenient, low cost microchipping opportunities for our neighbors. Microchipping helps lost pets get home quicker, so they aren’t taking up the space that is SO needed to give homeless pets in the shelter a chance at finding their new homes. It also relieves the burdens on neighbors, veterinarians and shelters that are holding pets while owners are sought.

*KCCC volunteers represent the following (plus more) neighborhoods: Aliana Lost & Found Pet Network; Alief Lost & Found Pets; Bradford Park Lost & Found Pet Network; Cinco Ranch Area Lost & Found Pet Network; Firethorne Lost & Found Pet Network; Grand Lakes 4 Pets Lost & Found; Grand Mission Area Lost & Found Pet Network; Grand Vista Lost & Found Pet Network; Lakes of Bella Terra Lost & Found Pet Network; Lakemont Area Lost and Found Pet Network; Lost and Found Pets in Estates of Highland Creek; Lost Creek Lost & Found Pet Network; Katy, Texas Lost & Found Pets; Mission Bend Lost & Found Pet Network; Mission Oaks Lost & Found Pet Network; Mission Sierra Lost & Found Pet Network; Mission Trace Lost & Found Pet Network; Parkway Lakes Village Lost & Found Pets; South East Katy, Texas Lost and Found Pet Network; Twin Oaks Lost & Found Pet Network; Waterview Estates Lost & Found Pets; West Oaks Village Lost & Found Pets.