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    We chip them by holding an ice pack on their shoulder blades for a minute, it numbs the area and they don't even show any signs they even feel it. At just shy of 8 weeks they have loose skin that is not so thick. We also register the chips ourselves to ensure that we are the backup contact in the registry, and that it does get done.


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    I've been thinking of microchipping my pups and Nihya. The only way this could be effective is if dog is found and hoping a vet has a microchip scanner right?

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    Default Re: Microchipping!

    My 2 guys were microchipped by the breeder, so they were already done when we brought them home. My vet offers this at the time of spay or neuter, it was an option on the pre surgery papers we signed, but since they were already done we didn't need it. I don't think the needle is that large , or that it hurts them, but if your worried , then wait until neuter surgery and have it done at the same time when he's already under anesthetic, then he won't feel anything.
    LEARN A LESSON FROM YOUR DOG, NO MATTER WHAT LIFE BRINGS YOU, KICK SOME GRASS OVER THAT AND MOVE ON.

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    We micro chipped both of ours during their spay/neutering , while they we under, had no problem. they HAVE ALWAYS TAKE SHOTS VERY GOOD, NOT EVEN NOTICING MOST OF THE TIME.
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