Free pet microchipping at Council

Published Friday, 12th May 2017

Mayor Frank Carbone and puppy

Fairfield City Council is helping to keep local pets safe by offering a free microchipping day for owners.

Council is offering free microchipping for cats and dogs to the first 100 local residents who make a booking.

Mayor of Fairfield City, Frank Carbone, emphasised the importance of this service.

“Microchipping your pet dog or cat is a legal requirement under the Companion Animals Act. But it also ensures that any lost or missing pets can be easily identified and reunited with their owners,” said Mayor Carbone.

“Pets are usually an important part of local families and we know how heartbreaking it can be when they go missing. Microchipping can help them to be found when a vet, animal shelter or council scans the chip to identify owner details.

“Council encourages all residents to have their pet microchipped and registered.”

Dog Microchipping
When: 24 June 2017
Where: Council Administration building, 86 Avoca Rd, Wakeley

Cat Microchipping
When:
22 July 2017
Where: Bonnyrigg Community Centre, 28 Bonnyrigg Ave, Bonnyrigg

Bookings are essential. Call Council’s Environmental Standards on 9725 0222 for details.

 

ENDS

Media enquiries: Ryan Auberson-Walsh, Communications and Marketing Officer
Phone: 9725 0166
Email: fcccommunications@fairfieldcity.nsw.gov.au