Have you had your pet Microchipped?  Microchipping is an excellent way to help insure that if your pet is lost, or runs away, it has a good chance of coming home. Each year, millions of pets become lost and risk the chance of not making it back home.

Microchipping is a simple, effective way to prevent this incident.  Microchips provide your pet’s contact information including your address and phone number.  Comparable to the size and shape of a grain of rice, the chip is implanted beneath your pet’s skin, usually between the shoulder blades where it becomes permanent.  Veterinary hospitals and animal shelters across the country are equipped with special scanners capable of reading these microchips allowing a reunion between you and your pet.

Valley Animal Hospital & Pet Resort uses the Home Again microchip system which also provides lost pet flyers and lost pet insurance.

If you have not had your pet microchipped, please
call us today to schedule an appointment.

(256) 881-8899


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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Dear Valley Animal Hospital,

    I am so thankful for Dr. Halverson and the staff at Valley Animal Hospital. My two babies (Dashchunds) were diagnosed and treated for pancreatitis last week. It is because of you that I still have my precious dogs! I will always remember the kindness and understanding I was given during a very difficult time. I have no doubt my babies were given the absolute best care! I want you to know it meant the world to me and I'm sincerely grateful.

    Thank you ALL so much!"
  • "I just wanted to tell you and everyone thank you so very much for your dedication to building trust and a relationship with our Koda. Further more we have never received a follow-up call from a veterinarian - ever. We feel confident leaving Koda in you care while going on vacation in a few weeks."
    Dr. Kathy Bradshaw