The Pet Aid program was developed by AALOC in 1988 to provide assistance to pet owners who could not afford veterinary care. AALOC donates funds for care at local veterinary offices who agree to discount the care. Thousands of ill and injured pets have been saved.
All net proceeds from the microchip program will help ill or injured animals in our community in desperate need of veterinary care.
The AVID Microchip contains a personal one-of-a-kind identification number and is a safe and effective way to identify your pet. The Orange County Animal Care Center, as well as many other animal shelters across the country, scans all found pets for a microchip so that the lost pets can be reunited with their owners quickly. The microchip is also proof of ownership of a lost pet in a shelter.
The cost is $45, which includes AVID microchip placement by a veterinarian and AVID registration to the owner. This is a great price, as the combination of these items will typically cost twice as much.
For more information, please call (714) 893-4393