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Subaru Loves Pets FREE Microchip Clinic

Nothing is scarier than losing your pet! Unexpected circumstances can arise where your pet may become lost or misplaced, and in those situations, the chance of being reunited is drastically improved if your pet has a microchip that can be scanned by a vet or animal shelter. Register to receive your own FREE microchip, courtesy of the Wasatch Front Subaru Retailers on Oct. 29 from 9-2pm! Simply select your desired location below and chose a time: 9am, 10am, 11am, noon, or 1pm. Click one of the five Wasatch Front Subaru Retailer locations below to register. Duplicate registrations will be deleted without notice and only your first registration will be held. Doug Smith Subaru 501 W Main, American Fork, UT 84003 Mark Miller Subaru Midtown 3535 S State St , Salt Lake City, UT 84115 Mark Miller Subaru South Towne 10920 S State St , Sandy, UT 84070 Nate Wade Subaru 1207 South Main St , Salt Lake City, UT 84111 Young Subaru 3920 Riverdale Rd , South Ogden, UT 84405 Spaces are limited to 40 registrants per hour. Be sure to arrive 10 minutes before your appointed time to complete necessary paperwork. All registrants will briefly wait in line to have a microchip implanted by Banfield Pet Hospital licensed veterinarians and technicians who have graciously donated their time to this event. Subaru realizes how important pets are to your family, which is why the Wasatch Front Subaru Retailers want to make sure your four-legged friends are always able to find their way back home. One in three pets will go missing at some point in their lives. Show your pet some love and ensure they are always able to find their way back to you. The Avid Microchip is an implantable medical device, about the size of a grain of rice (12mm), which safely and permanently identifies your pet. Microchips are limited to one pet per household -- that's one dog or one cat per household only. For additional questions or concerns, email

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October 29, 2016

9:00AM - 2:00PM

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