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A microchip is one of the best ways to permanently identify it. A microchip is about the size of a grain of rice. It is injected into the nuchal ligament, where it can then be scanned by a digital reader. Each microchip has a unique number. So no other microchip in the world is the same. It is then stored in a national database. Agencies can access the number if necessary to help find your horse. This number helps protect your horse from theft or loss.

Being able to identify your horse is important, and microchipping is a great way to do that. After we place the microchip, we give you the information to complete the registration. You can easily register your microchip online for a small fee. The result is a lifetime of protection. To have us microchip your horse, please contact our office.

For answers to some common FAQs, read more here.