Pet Identification

No one plans on losing their pet, but if you do, you'll want to know they have permanent identification through a microchip.  

The best way to ensure your pet will make its way home is to have them microchipped. Bend Spay & Neuter Project uses Found Animals Foundation brand microchips. Microchipping is a simple, nearly painless procedure that can be done while animals are under anesthesia for surgery or during weekly Wellness Clinics at the Bend Spay & Neuter Project.  Microchips last forever and are a more permanent method of identification than collars and tags.

For more information on why it is important to microchip your pet, visit

If you do lose your pet in Bend or anywhere in Central Oregon, please use our free service, Furry Friend Finder, and report your pet missing. We will send out an e-mail to our list of followers so that they may be found as quickly as possible.

The Bend Spay & Neuter Project offers the following Pet Identification tools for your convenience and to keep your pet safe.

Microchips: $25 

Engraved Red Dingo Lifetime Warrantied Pet Tags: $12 - $17

They come in various sizes, colors, styles, and designs for added fun!  Feel free to go check ‘em out at