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My 1st post, so please don't boo to loudly.....

I know it's 'regional' but a great offer non the less.

Free Microchipping Day

Sunday 6th December 2009

12noon - 1600

(Cats in baskets please and dogs on leads)

RSPCA Charity Shop
380 Norwood Road
West Norwood
London
SE27 9AA

Nearest Rail Station: West Norwood

Please email us if you have any queries.

http://www.rspca-london-se.org.uk/events.html

Registered Charity Number: 212444
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#1
too far away :( but heat for the freebie :thumbsup:
#2
brilliant post - too far for me too though.
#3
5 *S*T*A*R* post, shame i live to far away
#4
It does give you peace of mind with your animals-have some heat.
#5
u do realise those who steal dogs for breeding know if they have these and will literally rip them out causing great pain to the animal, if your responsible and look after your dog u shouldnt need summit like this, what next rfid chips in your kids? oh wait thats soon isnt it....
#6
Hmm London only? Bah! No good for me!
#7
wewontgetfooleda
u do realise those who steal dogs for breeding know if they have these and will literally rip them out causing great pain to the animal, if your responsible and look after your dog u shouldnt need summit like this, what next rfid chips in your kids? oh wait thats soon isnt it....


Not really. If people let their dog out alone, it can wonder, better then been locked away never knowing what a garden is :)
#8
this was a godsend when someone stole our akita from the garden,they took him to the vets saying they had bought him for breeding and wanted to give him the once over ,the vets scanned him said this is not your dog ,we have had a phone call as the owner is looking for him and then they legged it

best £22.50 spent:thumbsup:
#9
Great post, you can't stop cats from wandering and havng "lost" an unchipped pedigree cat in the past I would recommend this for any cat owner to save the worry when the cat doesn't come home, it may not guarantee a return but it sure does help thinking you've done all you can to help. I still wonder what happened to our cat, did it get run over, lost, jump into someones car and end up miles from home and got adpoted, was he stolen to breed, who knows, we never will and it really still does bother me. Our new cats were chipped asap and it's a kind of peace of mind.
#10
Brill! had my dog chipped after seeing your post.. Thanx tons, saved me 25 quid.:thumbsup:
#11
We have just had one of our dogs done here in the North West with the free RSPCA scheme,so it must be a national event... It may be worth ringing your local branch and see if they are running an event in your area?!
#12
:thumbsup: Thanks took my dog, waited ages ... very quick process, left a £10 donation. :santa:
#13
dam i missed this and this is only up th road lol any idear when they may do it again?? also how manny pets can you take thanks
banned#14
Polly_P
Not really. If people let their dog out alone, it can wonder, better then been locked away never knowing what a garden is :)


WTF? He's not saying that... -.-

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