• A microchip. It could be the difference between lost and found.

    Microchipping offers pet owners the security and peace of mind that comes from the only permanent pet identification technology and a safe and secure way to reunite you and your pet through our Lost Pet Recovery Service.


  • What is a microchip?

    • It’s a rice-sized, radio-frequency identification device (RFID)
    • Each chip has a unique ID number
    • Pet and owner information is registered to a unique ID number
    • Improves your pet's chances of getting home fast and safe if they go missing

    NOTE: It's not a GPS tracking device

  • Why 24PetWatch?

    • 24PetWatch microchips and ID tags recognized across North America
    • Around-the-clock Lost Pet Recovery Services
    • Industry leading database accuracy – the key to lost pet recovery
    • Partnered with over 1,500 animal welfare organizations across North America

  • Microchip & Vaccine Clinic Schedule

  • WHEN: Saturday, December 9th - By appointment only, for healthy dogs and cats over 8 weeks old.

    WHERE: OCHS Shelter, 2840 Rhododendron Drive, Florence, Oregon

    COST: Required Exam $30 (fee waived for vaccine boosters given within one year)   Microchip $40 each   Vaccine $20 each 

    VACCINES AVAILABLE: Dogs: Rabies, Bordatella, DHPP, Lepto    Cats: Rabies, FVRCP

    Please note that the clinic is by appointment only. To schedule, please call us at 541-997-4277, come by the shelter, or complete an application below.

    NOTE: OCHS will register microchip for the owner. Owner must complete the application.



  • Microchip Registration Form

    Owner Information

    Animal Information

    I hereby authorize and direct the Oregon Coast Humane Society to implant a microchip in my pet listed above. I fully release the Oregon Coast Humane Society, its employees, and its agents from any legal and financial responsibilities, claims, demands, damages or actions arising from micro chipping. Furthermore, I accept that my pet may develop side effects after microchip insertion and that I must examine the site of injection over the next week. I understand that if my pet develops any unanticipated problem following insertion of the microchip, it is solely my responsibility to seek veterinary care as needed or directed including any necessary veterinary care and the costs incurred thereof.