Implanted Microchip Brings Back Missing Dog

Submitted by: fancylad 8 years ago
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Seven years later.
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Female 1,244
My cat has one of those microchips..whenever they find an animal or one goes into a shelter they check for the chip..it`s very useful..but it seems like Charlie was living in the wild for 7 years or something..
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Male 242
STFU 5577
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Male 134
I clicked this thinking a dog had been resurrected by a microchip 7 years after it`s first death.
Too much sci-fi...

._. -Disappointed-

x.

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Male 168
Dogs are OK, but you ain`t putting these anywhere near us humans - adults nor kids. With microchips in us, we would be like mere prisoners on this planet.
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Male 174
LASSIE COME HOME!!! lol
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Female 466
7 yrs? sure seems like the chip worked now didn`t it...very accurate scientific program, hmmmm? Obviously not.
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Female 523
That was so happy and the stupid newsperson ruined it.
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Male 1,788
Ah the thrills and excitement of local news..
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Female 2,196
maybe ill be reunited with my husky
still got 5 years before its 7
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Female 443
It took 7 years for the dog to be reunited with it`s owners because it took 7 years for someone to scan it. This most often happens when some good person finds a dog and decides to make zero effort in finding the dogs owners. I hope that everyone who sees this not only has their pet microchipped but also registers the chip, updates it when necessary and has any animal they find scanned for a chip.

Those who say it is cruel - yes it is a little painful, I have placed the chips in both dogs and cats, awake and under anesthesia. If you are worried about the pain have it done while the animal is under anesthesia for something else (routine dental, spay or neuter, or any other surgery your pet may need). The benefit of these chips is priceless and they are getting very affordable. *steps off soapbox*

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Female 119
Wait...but if the dog had a chip...how come it took 7 years to get it back??
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Male 506
damn, i wish i had a dog.
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Female 338
The only thing I can think of to say is...Aaaaaaawwwwwwwwwww. And I`m so glad my dog has one of those.
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Male 9,306
Good to hear some happy news on here.
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Male 516
I`ve always wondered if dogs could remember their old owners. I always thought dogs kind of had a short memory span...and after a while would just get so used to whoever they`re with that it would be like their old family never existed. This is pretty cool.
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Male 1,152
wow those chips suck...7 years to get your dog back? what a waste
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Male 15
I think someone took in Charlie, as a pet, all those seven years... What I cannot understand, is why those people decided to return him.... And after seven years? I don`t get it.
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Male 1,014
^Same here CmdrBittles. Except for the ferret thing. I think I saw that dog during his seven year absence. Charlie bit me!!!!!
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Female 1,172
If you get a pet from the shelter here they are automatically chipped. I want to get my ferrets done just in case.
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Female 296
^^400!!!!!!!!!!! (now 401)
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Female 296
I live on a military base and if you have a dog or cat its mandatory to get them microchiped. I think its good. I wuv my wittle kitty. I dunno what i would do if i lost her.
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Male 2,506
waste
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Male 518
Should have given one to Madeleine McCann
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Male 1,825
surprisng^
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Male 136
After seeing this video, I`m considering getting one of those things implanted in my girlfriend. (OMG, SHOCK LAUGHS!) Nah, just kidding, I don`t even have one.:-?
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Male 354
Someone get that poor dog a sandwich!
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Female 151
aw how cute.
that dog looked horrible though, it kinda sucks that it took it 7 years to find a way back. :[.
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Male 2,113
thats pretty cool
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Female 475
id let my dog go in the country before i gave it one of those awefull chips. =/
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Male 822
awwwwwwwwwww... happy ending
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Male 1,837
they shud put them in osama binladen
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Male 3,301
They should put them in children.
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Female 488
aww hesho ciuuute
whosha goo` boy
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Female 738
all my dogs have those chips; they`re easy to have implanted and they don`t really hurt the animals; I`m just happy the guy got his dog back.
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Male 446
Those chips are brilliant.
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Female 18
2nd !!!

and weird

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Male 39
Wow.

My parents have told me about getting our dog one of these.

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Male 19,879
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