Protecting your animal starts with a chip

August 2012
Eastern Door;8/24/2012, Vol. 21 Issue 33, p5
The article informs that people in Kahnawake, Quebec, have been told to keep track of their pets by implanting an identification microchip under their animal's skin.


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