NEW dates have been announced for East Lindsey District Council’s micro-chipping roadshow - including one planned for Alford next week.
The microchip costs just £10 and is the size of a grain of rice. It contains all the owners contact details and is inserted in the dog’s shoulder blade, causing no discomfort.
Dog Warden Sue Garland is keen to encourage all dog owners to get their dogs microchipped,” she said: “Getting your dog microchipped is a simple procedure which is so worthwhile.
“Microchipping your dog gives you a far greater chance of being reunited with your dog again.
“I’d like to encourage all responsible dog owners to come along to one of our drop in sessions.”
A session will be taking place at Alford Fire Station on Monday, January 30 between noon and 2pm.