- Pet pregnancy ultrasound
- Small mammal microchipping
- Carried out in the comfort of your home
- so your pet can remain calm & relaxed
- DBS checked
- Cover East Cambridgeshire & Forestheath
The Paw-works - Ultra-sound & Microchipping in Cambridgeshire
Based in Burwell Cambridgeshire, the Paw-works provides mobile pet ultra-sound and small mammal micro-chipping across East Cambridgeshire and Forestheath, though we can come further on request, which may incur an additional travel cost.
All services are carried out in the comfort of your home so you pet can remain calm and relaxed.
The Paw-works is able to externally scan any pet to check if she is expecting. For bitches and queens we recommend a first scan at 28-35 days followed up by a second scan at 45 days to check how the pregnancy is progressing. We are also available to carry out a post whelp scan to insure the delivery has been completed. Scans are best carried out standing but this may not always be suitable. Because our scanner produces high quality images it should not be nessessary to shave your pet for her scan however if your girl has long fur we would recomend you trim it before our visit.
NB: We regret The paw-works is only able to scan for pregnancy
Microchips are not just for dogs! The Paw-works is licensed to microchip any small mammal. It's a simple painless procedure that 's over in seconds. Most pets have no idea it's been done. Our chips can be registered with either Animal tracker or Petlog databases.
Help to get your lost pet home safe and sound with a micro-chip.
*Litters of puppies should be chipped between 6-8 weeks of age and must with the breeder and registered in the first instance to the breeder. They must be clearly identifiable ideally with coloured collars.
Hi , I'm Jan. I've been a animal lover all my life, I'm currently owned by four lovely spaniels who have dragged me somtimes literally! though a number of canine pursuits, we've tried our paws at agility, flyball, scentwork, gundog and even ventered into the show world and crufts with our handsome clumber boy Stiegl. After being made redundent in spring 2019, I decided on a carear change and joined Dog first aid Ltd as franchisee for Cambridgeshire, since then I have completed a microchiping course with Peddymark setting up
The Paw-works Burwell and more recently become a ultrasonographer through VIS and joined the Animal Altrasound Assosiation.