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microchip implant

An RFID chip that contains a unique number for identifying animals. It is embedded under the skin or attached to the animal via an ear tag. In the 1990s, the technology became popular in zoos, but in 2001, the first commercial chip for people was introduced (see VeriChip). See RFID and NFC.
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The easiest "solution" to this predicament would be to uniquely identify everybody with some sort of ID, be it by microchip implant, biometric scanning (such as finger or retina) or a combination of the two.
It is planned that a minimal charge - the dog licence was only 37p when it was abolished in 1987 - will cover the cost of the microchip implant, which carries the owner's and pet's details, and fund the wardens.
In March, the John Gallaghertrained Kapaje was barred from running at Lingfield after officials were unable to identify her from either her passport or her microchip implant.
To date proving ownership of missing saddlery has been almost impossible but now with a discreet microchip implant the saddle is provided with lifetime ownership identification.
Chronic Evaluation in Rodents to a Microchip Implant Used for Animal Identification (D.
com also pointed out that an article published on June 8, 2014, in the National Report is a spoof of the false belief that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, more known as Obamacare, would require a microchip implant.
The proposal is that a minimal charge - the licence was only 37p when it abolished in 1987 - will cover the cost of the microchip implant which carries the owners' and pet's details and fund the wardens.
Dan, an Old English sheepdog, was identified by its microchip implant.
People who let their cats roam should put a collar or tag on them or, in a practice that's growing more popular, give them a microchip implant.
Launched at a global security conference in November, 2003, the VeriPay System is a new syringe-injectable microchip implant for humans, designed to be used as a fraud-proof payment method for cash and credit-card transactions.
Each passport certifies the pet has a tiny microchip implant to verify its identity, has been vaccinated against rabies and has been treated for ticks and tapeworm 24 to 48 hours before arrival.
Among the popular interpretations of Revelation 13:18 are the verses refer to a tattoo, brand or a microchip implant.