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Find out more about your dogs
It is not mandatory to microchip in Canada however if your puppy gets lost without its collar, microchipping might be the only way to ensure he or she ever makes it home.
By law you must register a dog over three months old with your local council. In some places, this can only be done after your dog has been microchipped. Contact your local council to find out more.
Usually municipalities/cities have pet registrations. Your local veterinarian will have more information on the guidelines for your area. Your local veterinarian will have more information on the guidelines for your area.