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I am pretty conservative when it comes to veterinary proceedures, and I am willing to take the VERY SLIGHT chance of a negative outcome from a microchip for the benefit of having a permanent ID attached to my dog. I put collars with tags on my dogs EVERY time they are in the car, and whenever they are off my property. HOWEVER, things go wrong, and collars can get lost. A microchip is much less likely to go astray than a collar. (Well, it can move around, but have it checked yearly at your dog's well pet visit, and you should be fine) two of mine are already microchipped, and the third will be when she is spayed.
Karen, Kodi, Pixel and Panda
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