Waltham Forest Council operates a microchipping scheme for dogs.
The microchip will enable a lost dog to be returned to its owner.
What is a microchip?
Microchips are permanent identification for your dogs. They are a useful tool for tracking your dog.
The chip is the size of a grain of rice and to implant them is a simple painless procedure.
Once the chip has been implanted, your dog can be scanned to reveal a unique identification number, which will be recorded on a database along with its owners details.
If you're interested in the microchipping scheme please submit your enquiry using our Make an animal advice or licensing enquiry form. The charge is £18 per pet and it's by appointment only.
We only microchip dogs. If you wish for another animal to be chipped, contact your local vet.