Microchip implantation in Pets Causes a Multitude of Problems
According to documentation from the FDA, the British Small Animal Veterinary Association, and a number of respected veterinary and pathology researchers, the risks associated with microchip implantation are numerous. They include paralysis or death from improper insertion, MRI incompatibility, migration of the implanted transponder, transponder failure, electrical hazards, tumor formation, infection, abscess, cancer — and now, death from bleeding. A lot of people think it is ok to chip themselves, their children and elderly parents. Better think twice.