Top 10 questions on microchipping your dog answered

Dogs Trust offers advice before tomorrow's deadline

31st March, 2016
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It's a dog's life Pic: Getty

There's only hours left to make sure your dog is microchipped and registered with the government's approved database.

Charity Dogs Trust launched its nationwide microchipping awareness campaign in March reminding owners that their pet needs a chip and a certificate by April 1. The awareness drive saw the charity microchip over 2,500 dogs free of charge across Ireland throughout the month.

New legislation now makes it compulsory for all dogs to be covered and registered with a...

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