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Old 26-02-2008, 01:53 AM   #56
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Originally Posted by shellygurrrl View Post
I will not allow a chip to be put in me if at all possible. However, if there was a 100% chance I could remove the chip after it was implanted, and I'd still be able to live, then I'd do it.
It's very possible.

Dogs have been chipped for years. Those that have come to me for rehab and service training I have had surgically treated to remove the chip between their shoulderblades and instead ID tattoo them (inside of ear). Fairly straightforward procedure, no side effects.
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