The next event is being held at Weelsby Woods, Grimsby, on Tuesday, August 5, between 11am and 3pm.
Micro-chipping is a permanent method of identifying dogs and since the monthly programme started in September 2013, over 400 dogs have been chipped for free.
At the last event in Grant Thorold Park, Grimsby in July, 80 dogs were chipped. Breeds have included Rottweilers and Poodles as well as more unusual breeds such as Shar Pei, Bichon Frise and Spanish Water Dogs.
Clarissa Baldwin OBE, Dogs Trust chief executive officer, said:
“Micro-chipping is a huge part of being a responsible dog owner. We’re grateful to have ... More