WOODINGTON VETERINARY CLINIC
WE HELP THEM ALL!
Woodington Veterinary was established in July of 2010. Dr. Woodington purchased Lakeside Veterinary from the legendary Dr. Charles Lange. Dr. Lange whom had been practicing veterinary medicine in the Treasure Valley since 1961.
The clinic has been growing since its establishment in 2010. There have been many changes in the practice, including renovations to the front office, exam room and the capabilities of our mobile practice. Our small animal practice is by appointment only in our office in Eagle, ID. The large animal side of our practice is mobile and is capable of doing diagnostics and treatment of your large animals on your property. For more information about the services we provide, check out our services page. Give us a ring and see when would be best to schedule an appointment!
If you want to keep up with what we are doing, check out our blog. We also have some of our favorite bundles of joy listed in our featured pets.
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Our Large Animal Services
– Digital Radiography
– Pre-Purchase Exams
– General Health
– Upper Airway Endoscopy
Small Animal Services
– General Health
– Spay and Neuter
– Mass Removals
– Minor Surgery
– Ear and Skin Issues
– In House Blood Work
– Digital Radiography
That’s why we created tools to help you take care of them.
Woodington Veterinary Services Now Offers the Latest in Permanent Pet Identification
Microchip Identification is part of a program of responsible pet care!
Woodington Veterinary is pleased to announce we now offer the HomeAgain® Pet Recovery Service, a permanent, unalterable method of pet identification responsible for the successful reunion of more than 200,000 lost pets with their rightful owners.
To help control the pet population, cut down on disease and reduce the number of lost pets that euthanized because they cannot be properly identified, Woodington Veterinary recommends that pet owners follow a three step program of responsible pet care – spay/neuter, vaccinate and microchip.
HomeAgain is an advanced pet identification and retrieval system. A microchip with a unique identification code is implanted under the skin between the shoulders of the pet. The pet is enrolled in the HomeAgain Recovery Service. HomeAgain maintains a national database and is available 24-hours daily, 365 days a year. When a lost pet is found, it can be scanned at an animal shelter or the clinic of a participating veterinarian. The animal’s identification number is called into HomeAgain, and the pet owner is notified immediately.
Currently, more than two and a quarter million pets microchipped with HomeAgain are enrolled with the HomeAgain Pet Recovery Service. Today, pet recoveries as a result of the HomeAgain microchip have grown to an average of 7,000 per month in the U.S. and a successful recovery is now occurring approximately every six (6) minutes.
Pets enrolled in the recovery network also receive collar tags to wear with their HomeAgain identification number and the toll-free recovery hotline. The tags alone help identify lost pets, but tags/collars can easily come off. A microchip provides permanent identification that remains in place and functional for the life of the implanted animal.
The microchip is about the size of a grain of rice and you cannot see the microchip after it is implanted in the dog or cat. The procedure is simple and similar to administering a vaccine. The microchip comes preloaded in a sterile applicator and is injected under the skin between the shoulder blades. Extensive testing and long-term studies have shown the HomeAgain microchip is safe for pets.
Dr. Matt Woodington urges that with microchip identification, a pet that is lost can be shown the way home. The case for having pets implanted with a microchip is a strong one, as the statistics show that microchipping is the best, most reliable method of permanently identifying pets.
The facts do not lie:
30-60% of lost pets in shelters are euthanized because they cannot be properly identified and returned to their owner. Only about 14% of dogs and 4% of cats who end up in shelters are returned to their rightful owners.
Less than 25% of all animals that enter shelters are adopted by new owners.
About 2 million pets that are reported missing each year may be victims of theft.
Collar tags are a great way to identify lost pets and reunite them with their owners, but they can easily come off or be removed.
Tattoos are difficult to remove from an animal, but they are still not 100% reliable. Tattoos can be altered, fade, or blur, and are not always easy to read.
Reading a microchip is far easier than trying to read the tattoo of a frightened stray animal.
Microchipping is permanent, completely unalterable, and does not change or harm the appearance of the animal in any way. The procedure is safe, inexpensive, fast and virtually painless for the animal.
There are about 50,000 microchip scanners currently in use by shelters, veterinarians, and municipal organizations in the U.S.
742 E. State St
Eagle, ID 83616
Office : 208-939-6406
Email: [email protected]
Mon: 8:00AM – 5:00PM
Tue: 8:00AM – 5:00PM
Wed: 8:00AM – 5:00PM
Thu: 8:00AM – 5:00PM
Fri: 8:00AM – 3:30PM
Sat: By Appointment Only
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