Toronto Animal Services’ mobile Chip Truck provides low-cost microchips, rabies vaccines and pet licensing for cats and dogs in neighbourhoods across Toronto.
Check out the list of dates and locations below to find an event near you.
**Please note you must have a current City of Toronto pet licence to access these services. If your pet is not licensed, you can obtain your pet’s new licence at the Chip Truck clinic.
21 Strickland Avenue
October 17, 1-6 p.m.
Registration closes at midnight the day prior to the event.
If there are no appointments available, please continue to check back for updates. New events are posted regularly.
In order to insert the microchip, a small hole has been made with a needle in the skin over the shoulder blades.
A veterinarian, licensed in Ontario, will be administering a rabies vaccine to your pet today. The vaccine is IMRAB3® 3TF and is a killed virus, effective for one year. The vaccine will be administered under the skin (subcutaneously) on the right hind leg. If your pet has been vaccinated within one year to date, please advise staff. The veterinarian will determine if a pet is eligible for revaccination today if the pet has previously received the vaccination within one year.
The possible side effects of the vaccine are listed below. You may remain at the location where your pet receives the rabies vaccine for 15 minutes following the injection to observe for these possible side effects:
If you believe your pet is having a reaction to the rabies vaccine, please contact your veterinarian immediately or take your pet to an emergency veterinary clinic right away. The following is a list of emergency veterinary clinics in Toronto. If you don’t live in Toronto, please find an emergency clinic near you.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 416-338-PAWS (7297)