Chip N Check Pop-Up Microchip Clinic

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To help reunite you and your best mate, Council is offering free microchipping to all dog owners of Isaac whose beloved pooches are currently registered with Council.

This program, part of the Paws-itive Blueprint for Responsible Dog Ownership, is run in partnership with Clermont Veterinary Surgery and Moranbah Veterinary Clinic.

If your dog isn’t registered yet, you can still take advantage of this special initiative by registering your dog with Council. To help you, Council is also offering free dog registration for the current registration period. Once registered, your dog is then eligible for free microchipping.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible for free dog microchipping:

  • you must be a resident of the Isaac region
  • your dog must be registered with Isaac Regional Council

Dogs that are not yet registered with Council can be registered for free for the current registration period as part of our Chip N Check Pop-Up Clinic initiative*.


COVID-Safe Regulations

Registration is essential in order to abide by public health directives for community gatherings. This event is operating in accordance with the Queensland Government COVID Safe Event Checklist. Please arrive early to sign in and register your contact details. Numbers to the event will be limited by 4 square-metre rule. As a reminder, when considering visiting any of Council’s facilities, please remember to adhere to all health and safety directives from Queensland Health as signed.

  • Physical Distancing
    • A minimum space of 1.5 metres between you and other people that aren’t from your household.
    • Don’t exceed max group numbers as signed.
    • Numbers to the event will be limited by 4 square-metre rule

  • Practice strong hygiene
    • Stay at home if you are unwell or have a cough, fever, sore throat, fatigue or shortness of breath.
    • Cough and sneeze into a tissue or into your elbow. Dispose of tissues in a hygienic manner.
    • Wash your hands with soap and water frequently for 20 seconds or use hand sanitiser before and after any contact with hard surfaces.

Bookings

Limited numbers are available, please register online if you wish to secure your dog's free microchipping.

First, please register your details with the electronic form at the bottom of this page to confirm you and your dog's details.

As this event must operate under COVID-Safe regulations, a Council Officer will be in contact with you to confirm details and allocate a timeslot for your visit. This is to ensure that we conduct the clinic under our prescribed COVID-Safe guidelines.

On the day

After your timeslot details have been confirmed, please endeavour to come on-time to your appointment at the specified location. You will be asked to verify your details, so please bring your ID. Don't forget to bring your dog!

Your dog will be microchipped by our local veterinarians, and then you will receive a card with a sticker of your microchipping details, as well as your dog's new registration tag (if your dog was not previously registered before).

If you hold a Pensioner, Veteran or Seniors card, you must bring your concession card with you on the day so that it can be sighted and confirmed by our Administration Officers.

Guide, Hearing and Assistance dogs are entitled to free registration if they comply with the Guide, Hearing and Assistance Dogs Act 2009. You will still be required to register your dog and renew/update your info annually. You will need to produce evidence that your dog is a legitimate assistance animal when asked.


*Free registration only eligible for attendees of the event who are getting their dog microchipped.

*Registration with Council needs to be renewed annually. Council is only offering free registration until the next renewal period.

To help reunite you and your best mate, Council is offering free microchipping to all dog owners of Isaac whose beloved pooches are currently registered with Council.

This program, part of the Paws-itive Blueprint for Responsible Dog Ownership, is run in partnership with Clermont Veterinary Surgery and Moranbah Veterinary Clinic.

If your dog isn’t registered yet, you can still take advantage of this special initiative by registering your dog with Council. To help you, Council is also offering free dog registration for the current registration period. Once registered, your dog is then eligible for free microchipping.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible for free dog microchipping:

  • you must be a resident of the Isaac region
  • your dog must be registered with Isaac Regional Council

Dogs that are not yet registered with Council can be registered for free for the current registration period as part of our Chip N Check Pop-Up Clinic initiative*.


COVID-Safe Regulations

Registration is essential in order to abide by public health directives for community gatherings. This event is operating in accordance with the Queensland Government COVID Safe Event Checklist. Please arrive early to sign in and register your contact details. Numbers to the event will be limited by 4 square-metre rule. As a reminder, when considering visiting any of Council’s facilities, please remember to adhere to all health and safety directives from Queensland Health as signed.

  • Physical Distancing
    • A minimum space of 1.5 metres between you and other people that aren’t from your household.
    • Don’t exceed max group numbers as signed.
    • Numbers to the event will be limited by 4 square-metre rule

  • Practice strong hygiene
    • Stay at home if you are unwell or have a cough, fever, sore throat, fatigue or shortness of breath.
    • Cough and sneeze into a tissue or into your elbow. Dispose of tissues in a hygienic manner.
    • Wash your hands with soap and water frequently for 20 seconds or use hand sanitiser before and after any contact with hard surfaces.

Bookings

Limited numbers are available, please register online if you wish to secure your dog's free microchipping.

First, please register your details with the electronic form at the bottom of this page to confirm you and your dog's details.

As this event must operate under COVID-Safe regulations, a Council Officer will be in contact with you to confirm details and allocate a timeslot for your visit. This is to ensure that we conduct the clinic under our prescribed COVID-Safe guidelines.

On the day

After your timeslot details have been confirmed, please endeavour to come on-time to your appointment at the specified location. You will be asked to verify your details, so please bring your ID. Don't forget to bring your dog!

Your dog will be microchipped by our local veterinarians, and then you will receive a card with a sticker of your microchipping details, as well as your dog's new registration tag (if your dog was not previously registered before).

If you hold a Pensioner, Veteran or Seniors card, you must bring your concession card with you on the day so that it can be sighted and confirmed by our Administration Officers.

Guide, Hearing and Assistance dogs are entitled to free registration if they comply with the Guide, Hearing and Assistance Dogs Act 2009. You will still be required to register your dog and renew/update your info annually. You will need to produce evidence that your dog is a legitimate assistance animal when asked.


*Free registration only eligible for attendees of the event who are getting their dog microchipped.

*Registration with Council needs to be renewed annually. Council is only offering free registration until the next renewal period.

  • Isaac Regional Council is collecting personal information you supply on this form in accordance with the Information Privacy Act 2009. Your personal information will be used by Council officers who have been authorised to do so. The information will not be given to any other person or agency unless required by law or unless your permission is sought. Personal information is handled in accordance with the Information Privacy Act 2009.

    This program is run in partnership with Clermont Veterinary Surgery & Moranbah Veterinary Clinic.

    Remember, to be eligible for free dog microchipping:

    • You must be a resident of the Isaac region
    • Your dog must be registered with Isaac Regional Council
    • Dogs that are not yet registered with Council can be registered for free for the current registration period as part of our Chip N Check initiative.*

    All fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.

    *Free registration only eligible for attendees of the event who are getting their dog microchipped.

    *Registration with Council needs to be renewed annually. Council is only offering free registration until the next renewal period.

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