Microchips, contact details and the veterinary nurse

Celia Walsom
Friday, May 2, 2014

Recent data obtained at this year's BSAVA congress have indicated that 55% of veterinary nurses believe that pet owners are unaware of the responsibility they have to keep their pet's microchip contact details up to date. Celia Walsom discusses the issues.

Microchips, contact details and the veterinary nurse
Microchips, contact details and the veterinary nurse

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