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Overview

(1) “VeriChip Photos and Forms: Dog Chip or VeriChip?” SpyChips.com -- www.spychips.com

(2) “Microchip Implants: Technological Solution or 21st Century Nightmare?” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, November 2009 -- www.noble-leon.com

(3) “Microchip-Associated Fibrosarcoma in a Cat” by Carminato A, Vascellari M, Marchioro W, Melchiotti E, Mutinelli F. Veterinary Dermatology. May 2011; 22(6): 565-569 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(4) “Tracer Advance Pet Identification System,” Bayer Corporation -- www.tracer-microchips.co.uk

(5) “Tracer Advance Pet Identification System: Horse Owners,” Bayer Corporation -- www.tracer-microchips.co.uk.

(6) “Novel MiniChip™ Now Available Exclusively Through 24PetWatch™,” Pethealth Inc., 17 January 2012 -- www.marketwire.com

(7) “Transponder-Induced Sarcoma in the Heterozygous p53+/- Mouse” by Blanchard KT, Barthel C, French JE, Holden HE, Moretz R, Pack FD, Tennant RW, Stoll RE. Toxicologic Pathology. 1999 Sept.-Oct; 27(5): page 524 -- tpx.sagepub.com

(8) Ibid., page 523

(9) “LifeChip: Canadian Companion Animal Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Microtransponder System With Bio-Thermo® Technology,” Destron Fearing Corporation -- www.destronfearing.com

(10) Ibid.

(11) “LifeChip: Alpaca/Llama Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Microtransponder System With Bio-Thermo® Technology,” Destron Fearing Corporation -- www.destronfearing.com

(12) “LifeChip: Equine Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Microtransponder System With Bio-Thermo® Technology,” Destron Fearing Corporation.

(13) “Allflex Buys Out Destron Fearing Corporation,” RFIDWorld.ca, 04 June 2011 -- www.rfidworld.ca

(14) “LifeChip: Equine Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Microtransponder System With Bio-Thermo® Technology,” Destron Fearing Corporation.

(15) “LifeChip: Alpaca/Llama Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Microtransponder System With Bio-Thermo® Technology” -- www.destronfearing.com

(16) “LifeChip: Equine Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Microtransponder System With Bio-Thermo® Technology”

(17) “LifeChip: Alpaca/Llama Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Microtransponder System With Bio-Thermo® Technology” -- www.destronfearing.com

(18) “LifeChip: Canadian Companion Animal Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Microtransponder System With Bio-Thermo® Technology” -- www.destronfearing.com

(19) “Frequently Asked Questions About Microchipping of Animals,” American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), 01 February 2010 -- www.avma.org

(20) Letter from Anthony Roberts, Policy and Public Affairs Officer, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS), to Henry Hoppe Esq, Defra, Animal Welfare Act Implementation Team regarding “Defra Consultation on Dangerous Dogs,” 03 June 2010 -- www.rcvs.org.uk

(21) “Microchip Implant Manual - Cats/Dogs,” Microchip Advisory Group (MAG), Spring 2006, page 4 -- www.bsava.com

(22) “FAQ’s,” The Pet Chip Company Ltd., Pet-Detect® -- www.pet-detect.com

(23) Ibid.

(24) “Microchip Implant Agents Course,” E-TrainingForDogs.com -- web.archive.org

(25) “Poor Quality Training for Non-Veterinary Implanters,” MicrochipImplants.co.uk -- microchip-implants.co.uk

(26) “Microchip Implantation Sites Update – October 1999,” World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) -- www.wsava.org

(27) Ibid.

(28) Ibid.

(29) Ibid.

(30) Ibid.

(31) Ibid.

(32) Statement of Hannis L. Stoddard III, DVM, President Avid Identification Systems, Inc. before the Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service; Docket No. APHIS-2006-0012, page iv.

(33) "Under-The-Skin ID Chips Move Toward U.S. Hospitals" by Michael Kanellos, 27 July 2004 -- www.zdnet.co.uk

(34) “Chip Implants Linked to Animal Tumors” by Todd Lewan, The Associated Press, 08 September 2007 -- www.washingtonpost.com

(35) Video: “GPS Device Tracks Endangered Rhino” -- www.youtube.com

(36) “Police Find Nine-Year-Old Girl's Stolen Puppy ... But Say She Can't Have It Back” by James Tozer, Mail Online, 06 May 2010 -- www.dailymail.co.uk

(37) “Dog-Owner Prevented From Finding Microchipped Pet Under Data Protection Act” by Laura Roberts, The Telegraph, 22 September 2010 -- www.telegraph.co.uk

(38) Ibid.

(39) “Police Find Nine-Year-Old Girl's Stolen Puppy ... But Say She Can't Have It Back” -- www.dailymail.co.uk

(40) “Microchip Failure,” British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) -- www.vetsgetscanning.co.uk

(41) “Coco, the Chololate Labrador, Who Risked Facing 6 Months Quarantine in the UK Due to a Failed Microchip” -- www.vetsgetscanning.co.uk

(42) “The Problem of Failed Transponders,” World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) -- www.wsava.org

(43) “Pet Microchip Companies Square Off In A Scientific ‘Scan-Off’” by Dr. Patty Khuly, VMD, MBA, 12 January 2009 -- www.petmd.com

(44) “Sensitivity of Commercial Scanners to Microchips of Various Frequencies Implanted in Dogs and Cats” by Lord LK, Pennell ML, Ingwersen W, Fisher RA. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association (JAVMA). 2008 December; 233(11): page 1729 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(45) Ibid.

(46) “Microchip Implantation Sites: Update – October 1999,” World Small Animal Association -- www.wsava.org

(47) “Pet’s Death Rekindles Electronic ID Debate,” by R. Scott Nolen, JAVMA News, 01 July 2004 -- www.avma.org

(48) “Jury Awards $6 Million Plus in Avid Pet Microchip Trial,” IP Frontline, 06 June 2006 -- www.ipfrontline.com

(49) Ibid.

(50) Ibid.

(51) Ibid.

(52) “Advertising Standards Authority of South Africa,” Ruling of the ASA Directorate in the matter between Identipet SA (Pty) Ltd (Complainant) and Virbac RSA (Pty) Ltd (Respondent) -- www.identipet.com

(53) “Bite Put on PetNet for Misleading Consumers,” CBC News, 28, July 2004 -- www.cbc.ca

(54) “The Microchip Wars and How They Affect Your Pets' Safety (Part 1: Accusations)” by Dr. Patty Khuly VMD, MBA, 25 June 2007 -- www.petmd.com

(55) “The Microchip Wars and How They Affect Your Pets' Safety (Part 2: Microchip Technology)” by Dr. Patty Khuly VMD, MBA, 27 June 2007 -- www.petmd.com

(56) “The Microchip Wars and How They Affect Your Pets' Safety (Part 3: Microchip Readers/Scanners)” by Dr. Patty Khuly VMD, MBA, 01 July 2007 -- www.petmd.com

(57) Statement of Hannis L. Stoddard III, DVM, President Avid Identification Systems, Inc. before the Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service; Docket No. APHIS-2006-0012, page 6.

(58) “USDA: No Authority To Regulate Pet Microchips” by R. Scott Nolen, JAVMA News, 15 October 2007 -- www.avma.org

(59) Ibid.

(60) Ibid.

(61) “Pet’s Death Rekindles Electronic ID Debate” -- www.avma.org

(62) “Sensitivity of Commercial Scanners to Microchips of Various Frequencies Implanted in Dogs and Cats,” page 1733 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(63) Radio: Katherine Albrecht interviews Atlanta firefighter John Centola regarding his microchip implant that fell out of his arm. Uncovering the Truth, 05 December 2007 -- mp3.wtprn.com

(64) “The Microchip Question - NAIS & Horse Identification” by Heather Smith Thomas, September/October 2006 -- www.equinechronicle.com/

(65) “Demo: Cloning a Verichip” by Jonathan Westhues -- www.cq.cx

(66) “Demo: Cloning a Verichip Yourself” by Jonathan Westhues -- www.cq.cx

(67) Video: “RFID Animal Implant Cloned” -- www.youtube.com

(68) “Update on Microchips’ Connection to Database” by Rachel Crowe, BSc, PhD, ACIM of Virbac Ltd UK, Letters to the editor, page 47.

(69) “Fifty-Five Companies Use the Three Digit, 900 Shared Manufacturer Code Numbers on Their Tags,” Microchip-Implants.co.uk -- www.microchip-implants.co.uk

(70) “The Microchip Question - NAIS & Horse Identification” -- www.equinechronicle.com

(71) Audio: In an interview with Lawrance Rafferty in 2010, Chris Laurence (Veterinary Director of Dogs Trust, Chairman of the Microchip Advisory Group, Vice Chairman of the Pet Advisory Committee and advocate of microchiping), admits that microchip numbers can be duplicated. -- www.noble-leon.com

(72) “Poor Quality Training for Non-Veterinary Implanters,” MicrochipImplants.co.uk -- microchip-implants.co.uk

(73) “RFID Viruses and Worms” by Melanie R. Rieback, Patrick N. D. Simpson, Bruno Crispo, Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Department of Computer Science, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 2006 -- www.rfidvirus.org

(74) Ibid.

(75) Ibid.

(76) “Is Your Cat Infected with a Computer Virus?” by Melanie R. Rieback, Bruno Crispo, Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam -- www.rfidvirus.org

(77) “Microchip Implants: Technological Solution or 21st Century Nightmare?” -- www.noble-leon.com

(78) “Human Enhancement: Could You Become Infected with a Computer Virus?” by Dr. Mark N. Gasson, School of Systems Engineering, University of Reading, UK, 2010, page 65 -- www.personal.reading.ac.uk

(79) Letter from the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to Digital Angel Corporation regarding the use of the Verichip™ Health Information Microtransponder System, 12 October 2004 -- www.sec.gov

(80) “Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff - Class II Special Controls Guidance Document: Implantable Radiofrequency Transponder System for Patient Identification and Health Information,” U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 10 December 2004 -- www.fda.gov

(81) “FDA Clears VeriChip™ for Medical Applications in the United States,” VeriChip Corporation,” 13 October 2004 -- web.archive.org

(82) “Satellite Coordinates for Live VeriChip Press Conference and Video News Release, May 10, 2002: Video of Jacobs family first-ever 'chipping' procedure available on satellite,” Applied Digital Solutions, 09 May 2002 -- web.archive.org

(83) “First People Injected with ID Chips, Sales Drive Kicks Off” by John Lettice, The Register, 10 June 2002 -- www.theregister.co.uk

(84) Video: “RFID VeriChip Story on CBS 46” -- www.youtube.com

(85) Radio: Katherine Albrecht interviews Atlanta firefighter John Centola regarding his microchip implant that fell out of his arm. Uncovering the Truth, 05 December 2007 -- mp3.wtprn.com

(86) Video: “Microchip Implants: Cunning or Creepy? Part 1” with Kate Bohner of KBTV Online -- www.youtube.com

(87) Video: “Microchip Implants: Cunning or Creepy? Part 2” with Kate Bohner of KBTV Online -- www.youtube.com

(88) “Chipping at the Future: Professor Feels Himself Become Closer to the Machine” by Lucrezia Cuen, ABC News, 23 September 1998 -- web.archive.org

(89) “Microchip to Allow Wallet-Free Drinking” by Auslan Cramb, The Telegraph, 17 January 2005 -- www.telegraph.co.uk

(90) “Chips Spark Ethics Concerns: Orange Grove clients would be in first group studied for ID implants” by Emily Berry, Chattanooga Times Free Press, 04 November 2005 -- www.cephas-library.com

(91) “18 Diabetic Patients Implanted with VeriMed RFID Microchip at Atlanta Diabetes EXPO,” 13 March 2007 -- www.medicalnewstoday.com

(92) “Alzheimer’s Care Center to Carry Out VeriChip Pilot” by Claire Swedberg, RFID Journal, 25 May 2007 -- www.rfidjournal.com

(93) “RFID: Every Step You Take … They’ll Be Watching You” by Todd Lewan, 30 July 2007 -- rinf.com

(94) “Getting Under Your Skin?: The development of implantable chip technology” -- www.harmlesswise.com

(95) “Personal Tracking and Recovery System,” United States Patent #5,629,678, 13 May 1997 -- patft.uspto.gov

(96) “Intra-Oral Tracking Device,” United States Patent #5,760,692, 02 June 1998 -- patft.uspto.gov

(97) “Method and Apparatus for Sensing and Transmitting a Body Characteristic of a Host,” United States Patent #7,015,826, 21 March 2006 -- patft.uspto.gov

(98) “Identification and Tracking of Persons Using RFID-Tagged Items in Store Environments,” United States Patent #7,076,441, 11 July 2006 -- patft.uspto.gov

(99) “Scannable Humans Complicate Ideas of Privacy” by Kris Hundley, 28 November 2004 -- www.sptimes.com

(100) Scott R. Silverman -- people.forbes.com

(101) VeriTeQ Corporation -- www.veriteqcorp.com

(102) PositiveID Corporation -- www.positiveidcorp.com

(103) “Transcript of the Fox & Friends Interview with Scott Silverman, Chairman of the Board of VeriChip Corporation. The interview took place Tuesday May 16, 2006, between 6 and 7 AM on the Fox News Channel,” SpyChips.com -- www.spychips.com

(104) Video: “The Implantable Chip” -- www.youtube.com

(105) “Transcript of Interview with Tommy Thompson,
 Former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services,” Tommy Thompson interviewed by Ed Crane of CBS MarketWatch TV & Radio, 11 July 2005 -- www.spychips.com

(106) Ibid.

(107) Ibid.

(108) Ibid.

(109) “Your Papers, Please … Big Brother Gets Under Your Skin,” by Julie Foster, World Net Daily (WND), 20 March 2000 -- www.wnd.com

(110) Ibid.

(111) “Embedded Bio-Sensor System,” United States Patent #7,125,382, 24 October 2006 -- patft.uspto.gov

(112) “Personal Tracking and Recovery System,” United States Patent #5,629,678, 13 May 1997 -- patft.uspto.gov

(113) Video: “Jose Delgado and His Bull Story” -- www.youtube.com

(114) “Mind Controllers” by Dr. Armen Victorian. A 10-page summary provided by WantToKnow.info -- www.wanttoknow.info

(115) “Lloydspharmacy Partners with Proteus Biomedical to Launch Innovative Digital Health Product," Proteus Biomedical, Press Release, 13 January 2012 -- www.proteusbiomed.com

(116) “The Chips That Are Good For Your Health” by Steve Connor, The Independent, 17 January 2012 -- www.independent.co.uk

(117) “Proteus Announces Issuance of U.S. Patent for Ingestible Digital Devices," Proteus Biomedical, Press Release, 14 July 2011 -- www.proteusbiomed.com

(118) “Technology," Proteus Biomedical -- www.proteusbiomed.com

(119) “Sensor-Enabled Smart Pill to Revolutionise Healthcare?" by Laura Hopperton, 19 January 2012 -- www.newelectronics.co.uk

(120) “Forgetful Patients to be Fitted with Microchips to Remind Them to Take Their Pills” by Ryan Kisiel, 22 September 2009 -- www.dailymail.co.uk

(121) “Proteus Biomedical Announces European CE Mark Approval of Ingestible Sensor and Monitor System," Proteus Biomedical, Press Release, 13 August 2010 -- www.proteusbiomed.com

(122) “Executive Spotlight: Andrew Thompson, Proteus Biomedical," posted by Nicole Beckstrand, 08 June 2009 -- californiahealthcareinstitute.blogspot.com

(123) “Big Pharma to Begin Microchipping Drugs" by Mike Adams, editor of NaturalNews.com, 09 November 2010 -- www.naturalnews.com

(124) “Proteus Announces Issuance of U.S. Patent for Ingestible Digital Devices” -- www.proteusbiomed.com

(125) Video:  Maureen Farrell of Forbes.com Video Network < Breakout! interviews Andrew Thompson, CEO of Proteus Biomedical -- video.forbes.com

(126) “Copper Toxicity Syndrome" by Lawrence Wilson, MD -- drlwilson.com

(127) “@CTIA Proteus Biomedical: A $100B Industry" by Brian Dolan, 09 April 2009 -- mobihealthnews.com

(128) “A Novel Embryo Identification System by Direct Tagging of Mouse Embryos Using Silicon-Based Barcodes” by Novo S, Barrios L, Santaló J, Gómez-Martinez R, Duch M, Esteve J, Plaza JA, Nogués C, Ibáñez E. Human Reproduction. 2010 November; Vol. 0; No. 0: 1-10 -- humrep.oxfordjournals.org

(129) “Scientists Attach Barcodes to Mouse Embryos – Human Ones Coming Soon” by Ben Coxworth, Gizmag, 22 November 2010 -- www.gizmag.com

(130) “A Novel Embryo Identification System by Direct Tagging of Mouse Embryos Using Silicon-Based Barcodes,” page 9 -- humrep.oxfordjournals.org

(131) “The Use of RFID for Human Identification: A Draft Report from DHS Emerging Applications and Technology Subcommittee to the Full Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee,” page 3 -- www.dhs.gov

(132) Ibid., page 2.

(133) “2008 Privacy Legislation Related to Radio Frequency Identification (RFID),” National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) -- www.ncsl.org

(134) “2010 Privacy Legislation Related to Radio Frequency Identification (RFID),” National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL)” -- www.ncsl.org

(135) “State Statutes Relating to Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and Privacy,” National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL)” -- www.ncsl.org

(136) “State Law Blocks Forced Implants of Radio Frequency Chips: State Rep. Schneider feared ‘Big Brother’ scenario for employees” by Rachel McCormick-Jennings, The Business Journal of Milwaukee, 21 July 2006 -- www.bizjournals.com

(137) “2005 Wisconsin Act 482,” Date of enactment: 30 May 2006 -- legis.wisconsin.gov

(138) Radio: Marlin Schneider, State Representative of Wisconsin, interviewed by Katherine Albrecht, The Dr. Katherine Albrecht Radio Show, Genesis Communications Network (GCN), 13 October 2009 -- direct.media.katherinealbrecht.com

(139) “N.D. Bans Forced RFID Chipping” by Marc L. Songini, Computerworld, 24 April 2007 -- www.computerworld.com

(140) “Sixtieth Legislative Assembly of North Dakota In Regular Session Commencing Wednesday, January 3, 2007: Senate Bill No. 2415” -- www.legis.nd.gov

(141) “California Could be 3rd State to Ban Forced RFID Implants” by Orr Shtuhl, Stateline, 18 September 2007 -- www.stateline.org

(142) “California Bans Forced RFID Tagging of Humans” by News Report, 17 October 2007 -- www.govtech.com

(143) “1st Session of the 51st Legislature (2007): House Bill 2092,” State of Oklahoma -- www.posoh.ru

(144) “SB 235 - Ban on Required Human Microchip Implantation,” Georgia, USA -- www.votesmart.org

(145) Video: “Senate Bans Forced Microchip Implants” -- www.youtube.com

(146) “Virginia House of Delegates Approves Ban on Human Microchips” by Angela France, 11 February 2010 -- www.virginiabusinesslawupdate.com

(147) “HB 53 - Ban on Required Human Microchip Implantation - Key Vote,” Virginia, USA -- www.votesmart.org

(148) “Missouri Law Would Fine Employers for Requiring Microchip Implants” by Chris Blank, 2008 -- www.columbiamissourian.com

(149) “Chip Implants Can’t be Required in Missouri” by Jason Noble, The Kansas City Star, 26 June 2008 -- www.wanttoknow.info

(150) “Chip Maker Supports Pennsylvania Bill to Ban Forced Implantation” by Molly Merrill, Healthcare IT News, 06 July 2009 -- www.healthcareitnews.com

(151) “Microchip Implants: Technological Solution or 21st Century Nightmare?” -- www.noble-leon.com


Health Concerns

(1) Letter from the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to Digital Angel Corporation regarding the use of the Verichip™ Health Information Microtransponder System, 12 October 2004 -- www.sec.gov

(2) “Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff - Class II Special Controls Guidance Document: Implantable Radiofrequency Transponder System for Patient Identification and Health Information,” U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 10 December 2004 -- www.fda.gov

(3) “FDA-Identified Potential Health Risks: Serious questions raised about VeriChip safety, data security,” AntiChips.com -- www.antichips.com

(4) “Advanced Literature: Microchips,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(5) Video: “Chip Probleem (Ontsteking)” -- www.youtube.com

Warning: Graphic content. Disturbing video depicting the removal of a microchip implant from a massive abscess in a horse's neck.

(6) “Microchip Report 2003,” British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) -- www.noble-leon.com

(7) “Microchip Report 2004,” British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) -- www.noble-leon.com

(8) Microchip Adverse Reaction Report from 1996-2007 by the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) -- www.noble-leon.com

(9) “Advanced Literature: Microchips,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(10) “Subcutaneous Soft Tissue Tumours at the Site of Implanted Microchips in Mice” by Tillmann T, Kamino K, Dasenbrock C, Ernst H, Kohler M, Morawietz G, Campo E, Cardesa A, Tomatis L, Mohr U. Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology. 1997 August; 49(3-4): page 200 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (Abstract) or www.antichips.com (Full Text)

(11) “Tumors in Long-Term Rat Studies Associated with Microchip Animal Identification Devices” by Elcock LE, Stuart BP, Wahle BS, Hoss HE, Crabb K, Millard DM, Mueller RE, Hastings TF, Lake SG. Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology. 2001 February; 52(6): page 491 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (Abstract) or www.antichips.com (Full Text)

(12) Ibid., page 489.

(13) “Subcutaneous Microchip-Associated Tumours in B6C3F1 Mice: A Retrospective Study to Attempt to Determine Their Histogenesis” by Le Calvez S, Perron-Lepage MF, Burnett R. Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology. 2006 March; 57(4): page 256 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (Abstract) or www.antichips.com (Full Text)

(14) “Liposarcoma at the Site of an Implanted Microchip in a Dog” by Vascellari M, Mutinelli F, Cossettini R, Altinier E. The Veterinary Journal. 2004 September; 168(2): page 188 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (Abstract) or www.antichips.com (Full Text)

(15) “Fibrosarcoma with Typical Features of Postinjection Sarcoma at Site of Microchip Implant in a Dog: Histologic and Immunohistochemical Study” by Vascellari M, Melchiotti E, Mutinelli F. Veterinary Pathology. 2006 July; 43(4): page 545 -- vet.sagepub.com

(16) “Fibrosarcoma Adjacent to the Site of Microchip Implantation in a Cat” by Daly MK, Saba CF, Crochik SS, Howerth EW, Kosarek CE, Cornell KK, Roberts RE, Northrup NC. Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery. 2008 April; 10(2): page 202 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(17) “Soft-Tissue Sarcomas” - The Merck Veterinary Manual -- www.merckvetmanual.com

(18) “Do Vaccines Cause Cancer?” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, January 2008 -- www.noble-leon.com

(19) “Advanced Literature: Vaccines,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(20) Canine Health Concern (CHC) -- www.canine-health-concern.org.uk

(21) “Microchip-Associated Fibrosarcoma in a Cat” by Carminato A, Vascellari M, Marchioro W, Melchiotti E, Mutinelli F. Veterinary Dermatology. May 2011; 22(6): page 565 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(22) Ibid.

(23) “Microchip-Associated Soft Tissue Sarcoma and Massive Multiorgan Extramedullary Hematopoiesis in a House Musk Shrew (Suncus Murinus)” by Schutt LK, Turner PV, Veterinary Pathology Online. 2009. -- vet.sagepub.com (See case number 38 on page 1031.)

(24) “Microchip-Associated Sarcoma in a Shrew (Suncus Murinus)” by Schutt LK, Turner PV. Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (JAALAS). 2010; 49(5): page 638 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(25) “Advanced Literature: Microchips,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(26) “‘Chipping’ Your Pet Painless, Worthwhile,” Dr. Ellen Friedman, DVM, Times Herald-Record, 14 April 2010 -- www.recordonline.com

(27) “Transponder-Induced Sarcoma in the Heterozygous p53+/- Mouse” by Blanchard KT, Barthel C, French JE, Holden HE, Moretz R, Pack FD, Tennant RW, Stoll RE. Toxicologic Pathology. 1999 Sept.-Oct; 27(5): pages 519 & 525 -- tpx.sagepub.com

(28) Ibid., page 526.

(29) “Subcutaneous Soft Tissue Tumours at the Site of Implanted Microchips in Mice” by Tillmann T, Kamino K, Dasenbrock C, Ernst H, Kohler M, Morawietz G, Campo E, Cardesa A, Tomatis L, Mohr U. Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology. 1997 August; 49(3-4): page 200 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (Abstract) or www.antichips.com (Full Text)

(30) “Fibrosarcomas Associated with Passive Integrated Transponder Implants” by Palmer TE, Nold J, Palazzolo M, Ryan T, 1998; 26: 170 -- www.antichips.com

(31) “Transponder-Induced Sarcoma in the Heterozygous p53+/- Mouse,” page 520 -- tpx.sagepub.com

(32) “Chip Implants Linked to Animal Tumors” by Todd Lewan, The Associated Press, 08 September 2007 -- www.washingtonpost.com

(33) “Foreign-Body Tumorigenesis: Sarcomas Induced in Mice by Subcutaneously Implanted Transponders” by Johnson KA. Veterinary Pathology. 1996; 33:5 -- www.antichips.com

(34) “Transponder-Induced Sarcoma in the Heterozygous p53+/- Mouse,” page 521 -- tpx.sagepub.com

(35) “Tumors in Long-Term Rat Studies Associated with Microchip Animal Identification Devices,” page 488 -- www.antichips.com

(36) “Subcutaneous Microchip-Associated Tumours in B6C3F1 Mice: A Retrospective Study to Attempt to Determine Their Histogenesis,” page 261 -- www.antichips.com

(37) “Tumors in Long-Term Rat Studies Associated with Microchip Animal Identification Devices,” page 488 -- www.antichips.com

(38) “Fibrosarcomas Associated with Passive Integrated Transponder Implants” -- www.antichips.com

(39) “Subcutaneous Microchip-Associated Tumours in B6C3F1 Mice: A Retrospective Study to Attempt to Determine Their Histogenesis,” page 258 -- www.antichips.com

(40) Ibid., page 261.

(41) “Microchip-Associated Sarcoma in a Shrew (Suncus Murinus),” page 638 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(42) “Microchip-Induced Tumors in Laboratory Rodents and Dogs: A Review of the Literature 1990-2006” by Katherine Albrecht, Ed.D., AntiChips.com, 19 November 2007, page 32 -- www.antichips.com

(43) “Foreign-Body Tumorigenesis: Sarcomas Induced in Mice by Subcutaneously Implanted Transponders” -- www.antichips.com

(44) Microchip-Associated Tumour In A C57/BL Mouse. GTP Meeting 2000: Case No 15 -- www.eurotoxpath.org

(45) “Tumors in Long-Term Rat Studies Associated with Microchip Animal Identification Devices,” page 491 -- www.antichips.com

(46) “Spinal Cord Injury Resulting from Incorrect Microchip Placement in a Cat” by Platt S, Wieczorek L, Dennis R, De Stefani A. Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery. 2007 April; 9(2): page 157 -- www.sciencedirect.com

(47) “Surgical Removal of a Microchip from a Puppy’s Spinal Canal” by Smith TJ and Fitzpatrick N. Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology. 2009; 22(1): page 63 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(48) “Delayed Spinal Cord Injury Following Microchip Placement in a Dog” by Joslyn SK, Witte PG, Scott HW. Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology. 2010 April; 23(3): page 214 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(49) Veterinary Report by Laarakker EGA, Willekens C, Kelfkens M, Kokke F, regarding a Warmblood mare that experienced nerve damage due to her microchip implant. Den Hoek, The Netherlands. June 2005 -- www.invisio.nl (Original Dutch vet report) or www.invisio.nl (English translation)

(50) “Microchip Report 2004,” British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA), 2004 -- www.noble-leon.com

(51) “Microchip Insertion in Alpacas” by van der Burgt G, Dowle M. The Veterinary Record. 2007; 160(6): 204 -- www.nal.usda.gov (Abstract)

(52) “Dog Bleeds to Death After 'Routine' Microchip Implant Procedure,” 03 February 2009 -- www.noble-leon.com

(53) “Advanced Literature: Microchips,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(54) “Microchip Report 2003,” British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) -- www.noble-leon.com

(55) “Subcutaneous Microchip-Associated Tumours in B6C3F1 Mice: A Retrospective Study to Attempt to Determine Their Histogenesis,” page 259 -- www.antichips.com

(56) “Microchip-Associated Fibrosarcoma in a Cat” -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(57) “Advanced Literature: Vaccines,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(58) “Layman’s Literature: Vaccines,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(59) “Soft-Tissue Sarcomas” - The Merck Veterinary Manual -- www.merckvetmanual.com

(60) “Microchip-Associated Fibrosarcoma in a Cat” -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(61) “A Primer on Medical Device Interactions with Magnetic Resonance Imaging Systems,” U.S. Food and Drug Administration -- www.fda.gov

(62) “Evaluation of the Susceptibility Artifacts and Tissue Injury Caused by Implanted Microchips in Dogs on 1.5T Magnetic Resonance Imaging” by Saito M, Ono S, Kayanuma H, Honnami M, Muto M, Une Y. The Journal of Veterinary Medical Science. 2010 January: page 575 -- www.jstage.jst.go.jp

(63) Ibid., page 579.

(64) “Microchip Implants: Technological Solution or 21st Century Nightmare?” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, November 2009 -- www.noble-leon.com

(65) “Dogs Suffer Cancer After ID Chipping” by Chelsea Schilling, World Net Daily (WND), 24 March 2010 -- www.wnd.com

(66) “Iowa Firm Recalls Pork Products that May Contain Foreign Material,” United States Department of Agriculture: Food Safety and Inspection Service, 17 September 2004 -- www.fsis.usda.gov

(67) Ibid.

(68) Ibid.

(69) “Fighting to Stop the National Animal Identification System (NAIS),” Liberty Ark Coalition -- libertyark.net

(70) Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance -- farmandranchfreedom.org

(71) “A Focus on Animal Electronic Identification,” United States Department of Agriculture -- fsrio.nal.usda.gov

(72) “Fish and Chips: RFID Chips Track Salmon Through River Network” by Rosie Lombardi, IT World Canada, 17 November 2005 -- www.itWorld Canada.com

(73) Ibid.

(74) “Microchip Implants: Technological Solution or 21st Century Nightmare?” -- www.noble-leon.com


Adverse Microchip Reactions

(1) “Microchip Implant Manual - Cats/Dogs,” Microchip Advisory Group (MAG), Spring 2006, page 6 -- www.bsava.com

(2) “Reporting Adverse Reactions,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(3) Ibid.

(4) British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) and the Microchip Advisory Group (MAG) -- www.bsava.com

(5) “Who is Involved in MAG; The Microchip Advisory Group?”, Microchip-Implants.co.uk -- microchip-implants.co.uk

(6) “Design Flaws Built Into Microchip Implant Self-Report Scheme Developed by the Microchip Advisory Group (MAG),” Microchip-Implants.co.uk -- microchip-implants.co.uk

(7) Video: “MAG Microchip Advisory Group Self Report Scheme” -- www.youtube.com

(8) “Animal Adverse Microchip Reactions: It’s Not A Statistic When It’s Your Pet,” ChipMeNot.org (US) -- www.chipmenot.org

(9) “Against Compulsory Dog Chipping,” ChipMeNot.org.uk (UK) -- www.chipmenot.org

(10) “Wel of Niet Chippen? ... You Do Not Want To Have A Microchip Implanted In Your Horse!” Group Nijhof (Netherlands) -- www.invisio.nl

(11) Dogs Adverse Reactions -- www.dogsadversereactions.com

(12) “Liposarcoma at the Site of an Implanted Microchip in a Dog” by Vascellari M, Mutinelli F, Cossettini R, Altinier E. The Veterinary Journal. 2004 September; 168(2): 188-190 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (Abstract) or www.antichips.com (Full Text)

(13) “Fibrosarcoma with Typical Features of Postinjection Sarcoma at Site of Microchip Implant in a Dog: Histologic and Immunohistochemical Study” by Vascellari M, Melchiotti E, Mutinelli F. Veterinary Pathology. 2006 July; 43(4): 545-548 -- vet.sagepub.com

(14) “Microchip-Associated Fibrosarcoma in a Cat” by Carminato A, Vascellari M, Marchioro W, Melchiotti E, Mutinelli F. Veterinary Dermatology. May 2011; 22(6): 565-569 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(15) “Microchip Report 2003,” British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) -- www.noble-leon.com

(16) Audio: In an interview with Lawrance Rafferty in 2010, Chris Laurence (Veterinary Director of Dogs Trust, Chairman of the Microchip Advisory Group, Vice Chairman of the Pet Advisory Committee and advocate of microchiping), admits that adverse microchip reactions are under-reported. -- www.noble-leon.com

(17) “Dogs Suffer Cancer After ID Chipping” by Chelsea Schilling, World Net Daily (WND), 24 March 2010 -- www.wnd.com

(18) Biopsy Report of Scotty, the Yorkshire Terrier that developed epitheliotropic lymphoma (cancer) at site of his microchip implant. McGee ED., Antec Diagnostics, Southhaven, MS 38671. December 2009 -- www.noble-leon.com

(19) “Scotty’s Story” has been graciously created by Linda Hawkins for the website of Noble-Leon.com in order to increase awareness of the microchip-cancer risk. -- www.noble-leon.com

(20) Audio: Katherine Albrecht interviews Howard Gillis and Linda Hawkins regarding the cancerous growths that developed around the microchips that were implanted in their dogs. -- www.noble-leon.com

(21) Video: “Chip Probleem (Ontsteking)” -- www.youtube.com

Warning: Graphic content. Disturbing video depicting the removal of a microchip implant from a massive abscess in a horse's neck.


Mandatory Microchipping

(1) “Microchips Required for Adopted Animals: L.A. requires electronic implants for pets leaving shelters,” World Net Daily (WND), 07 August 2000 -- www.wnd.com

(2) “Dog Bleeds to Death After 'Routine' Microchip Implant Procedure,” 03 February 2009 -- www.noble-leon.com

(3) “Military Enforces ‘Semper Fido’ with Microchips” by Raquel Rutledge, The Christian Science Monitor, 15 August 2002 -- www.csmonitor.com

(4) “Colorado to Require Microchip Implants in Dangerous Dogs” by Nick Summers, USA Today, 30 June 2004 -- www.usatoday.com

(5) “Portuguese Government Orders Implantable RFID Microchip for Mandatory Dog Identification Project,” RFID News, 23 July 2004 -- www.rfidnews.org

(6) “Family Dog Registration Begins in Earnest: Dog owners in Bangkok will have to register their pets with the authorities in the next few months or risk a fine of Bt5,000 and the loss of their four-legged friend” by Jeerawan Prasomsap and Mayuree Sukyingcharoenwong, The Nation, 25 September 2007 -- nationmultimedia.com

(7) “China Uses Chips in Dog Crackdown,” BBC News, 03 May 2007 -- news.bbc.co.uk

(8) “Govt Introduces Compulsory Microchipping for Pets,” Australia Broadcasting Corporation, 11 November 2008 -- www.abc.net.au

(9) “The RSPCA and Rehoming,” Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), March 2012 -- www.rspca.org.uk

(10) “West Covina-Area Pet Owners Face Fees for Failure to Microchip, Vaccinate,” CBS Los Angeles, 05 April 2011 -- losangeles.cbslocal.com

(11) “Pet Checks in Saugus/Stevenson Ranch,” SCV News, 09 February 2012 -- scvnews.com

(12) Hawaii: SB No. 2198 - A Bill for and Act: Mandatory Sterilization and Microchipping -- www.capitol.hawaii.gov

(13) “Equine Passports,” British Showjumping -- www.britishshowjumping.co.uk

(14) Japan: Animal Quarantine Service (AQS) -- www.maff.go.jp

(15) Spain: Mandatory microchipping of pets -- webcache.googleusercontent.com

(16) Singapore: Mandatory microchipping of dogs -- www.singaporeexpats.com

(17) “Indianapolis to Consider Mandatory Spay/Neuter and Mandatory Microchipping,” AKC News, 25 September 2006 -- www.akc.org

(18) Japan: Animal Quarantine Service (AQS) -- www.maff.go.jp

(19) “Pet’s Death Rekindles Electronic ID Debate” by R. Scott Nolen, JAVMA News, 01 July 2004 -- www.avma.org

(20) “Police Find Nine-Year-Old Girl's Stolen Puppy ... But Say She Can't Have It Back” by James Tozer, Mail Online, 06 May 2010 -- www.dailymail.co.uk

(21) “Dog-Owner Prevented from Finding Microchipped Pet Under Data Protection Act” by Laura Roberts, The Telegraph, 22 September 2010 -- www.telegraph.co.uk

(22) “Sensitivity of Commercial Scanners to Microchips of Various Frequencies Implanted in Dogs and Cats” by Lord LK, Pennell ML, Ingwersen W, Fisher RA. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association (JAVMA). 2008 December; 233(11): page 1734 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(23) “Evaluation of Collars and Microchips for Visual and Permanent Identification of Pet Cats” by Lord LK, Griffin B, Slater MR, Levy JK. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association (JAVMA). 2010 August; 237(4): pages 387-388 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(24) Executive Summary of the Statement by Hannis L. Stoddard III, DVM, President of Avid Identification Systems, Inc., page 3.

(25) “Stolen Pets and Microchip Regulation: What’s a veterinarian to do?” by Dr. Patty Khuly, VMD, 28 February 2011 -- www.petmd.com

(26) “Coco, the Chololate Labrador, Who Risked Facing 6 Months Quarantine in the UK Due to a Failed Microchip” -- www.vetsgetscanning.co.uk

(27) “Coco the Dog Stranded Abroad,” Manchester Evening News, 17 April 2007 -- menmedia.co.uk

(28) “Microchip Failure,” British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) -- www.bsava.com

(29) “The Microchip Question - NAIS & Horse Identification” by Heather Smith Thomas -- www.equinechronicle.com

(30) Audio: In an interview with Lawrance Rafferty in 2010, Chris Laurence (Veterinary Director of Dogs Trust, Chairman of the Microchip Advisory Group, Vice Chairman of the Pet Advisory Committee and advocate of microchiping), admits that microchipping will not prevent cruelty to animals. -- www.noble-leon.com

(31) “What’s Wrong with Compulsory Dog Chipping?” ChipMeNot.org.uk (UK) -- www.chipmenot.org.uk

(32) “Microchip Advisory Group” British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) -- www.bsava.com

(33) Ibid.

(34) “Who is Involved in MAG; The Microchip Advisory Group?”, Microchip-Implants.co.uk -- microchip-implants.co.uk

(35) Dogs Trust (UK) -- www.dogstrust.org.uk

(36) “Chris Laurence MBE (BVSc 1968): Veterinary Director - The Dogs Trust” -- www.bris.ac.uk

(37) “Shameless Political Lobbying for Compulsory Chipping by Dogs Trust - August 2011,” ChipMeNot.org.uk (UK) -- www.chipmenot.org.uk

(38) “Take Action Now to Counter Lobbying by Pro Chipping Dogs Trust,” ChipMeNot.org.uk (UK) -- www.chipmenot.org.uk

(39) “Working with Local Government,” Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) -- www.rspca.org.uk

(40) “Microchips for all Dogs to Hold Owners Account,” by James Kirkup, Deputy Political Editor, The Telegraph, February 08, 2012 -- www.telegraph.co.uk

(41) “Compulsory Microchipping in the UK: An analysis of the current situation, systems and technologies available on the UK market” by Lucy Jones MSc, September 2010 -- www.bayer.co.uk

(42) “About the Pet Advisory Committee,” Pet Advisory Committee (PAC) -- www.petadvisory.org.uk

(43) “PAC Positions,” Permanent Identification, Pet Advisory Committee -- www.petadvisory.org.uk

(44) International Affairs Committee of the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) -- www.bsava.com

(45) “ISO/TC23/SC19/Working Group 3: Identification” -- microchip-implants.co.uk

(46) “Microchip Advisory Group,” British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) -- www.bsava.com

(47) Audio: In an interview with Lawrance Rafferty in 2010, Chris Laurence (Veterinary Director of Dogs Trust, Chairman of the Microchip Advisory Group, Vice Chairman of the Pet Advisory Committee and advocate of microchiping), admits that adverse microchip reactions are under-reported, that microchip numbers can be duplicated, and that microchipping will not prevent animal cruelty. -- www.noble-leon.com

(48) “Design Flaws Built Into Microchip Implant Self-Report Scheme Developed by the Microchip Advisory Group (MAG),” Microchip-Implants.co.uk -- microchip-implants.co.uk

(49) “Microchip Report 2003,” British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) -- www.noble-leon.com

(50) “Microchip Identification: The WSAVA has recognized Radio Frequency Identification Devices (RFID) as the gold standard for identification of companion animals,” World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) -- www.wsava.org

(51) “Officers in WSAVA,” World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) -- www.wsava.org

(52) “Here I Am” by Dr. Walt Ingwersen, Secretary of the WSAVA, WSAVA News Bulletin, June 2009 -- www.wsava.org

(53) “Update – Microchip Technology in Canada” by Dr. Walt Ingwersen, The Canadian Veterinary Journal, February 2002; 32(2): 93-95 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(54) “Sensitivity of Commercial Scanners to Microchips of Various Frequencies Implanted in Dogs and Cats” by Lord LK, Pennell ML, Ingwersen W, Fisher RA. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 2008 December; 233(11): page 1729 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(55) “In Vitro Sensitivity of Commercial Scanners to Microchips of Various Frequencies” by Lord LK, Pennell ML, Ingwersen W, Fisher RA, Workman JD. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 2008 December; 233(11): page 1728 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

(56) 24 Pet Watch Microchip ID -- www.24petwatch.com

(57) “Pethealth Announces 4-Year Strategic Alliance with Allflex USA,” Pethealth Inc., 12 May 2010 -- www.pethealthinc.com

(58) Ibid.

(59) “Allflex Buys Out Destron Fearing Corporation,” RFIDWorld.ca, 04 June 2011 -- www.rfidworld.ca

(60) Allflex -- www.allflexusa.com

(61) “Allflex Europe (UK) Ltd,” Microchip-Implants.co.uk -- microchip-implants.co.uk

(62) “Who is Involved in MAG; The Microchip Advisory Group?” -- microchip-implants.co.uk

(63) “Need for Responsible Dog Ownership Stronger Than Ever Says Kennel Club,” The Kennel Club (UK) -- www.thekennelclub.org.uk

(64) “The Kennel Club’s Compulsory Microchipping Campaign,” The Kennel Club (UK) -- www.thekennelclub.org.uk

(65) Ibid.

(66) “Petlog – Lost Pet Microchip Reunification Database and Lost and Found Pet Service,” Petlog, UK -- www.petlog.org.uk

(67) “About The Kennel Club,” The Kennel Club (UK) -- www.thekennelclub.org.uk

(68) “Fish and Chips for ZSL London Zoo Penguins to Launch National Microchipping Month,” Petlog National Microchipping Month, 2010 Press Release issued by The Kennel Club (UK) -- www.prlog.org

(69) “The Kennel Club’s Compulsory Microchipping Campaign” -- www.thekennelclub.org.uk

(70) “Microchip Your Pet for Life!” The Kennel Club (UK) -- www.thekennelclub.org.uk

(71) “Dog-Owner Prevented from Finding Microchipped Pet Under Data Protection Act” -- www.telegraph.co.uk

(72) “Who is Involved in MAG; The Microchip Advisory Group?” -- microchip-implants.co.uk

(73) “Compulsory Microchipping of Dogs” by Anthony Roberts, Policy and Public Affairs Officer, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS), 12 May 2010 -- The link is no longer available. However, similar information is available in the letter from Anthony Roberts to Henry Hoppe Esq, Defra, Animal Welfare Act Implementation Team regarding “Defra Consultation on Dangerous Dogs,” 03 June 2010 -- www.rcvs.org.uk

(74) “Compulsory Microchipping in the UK: An analysis of the current situation, systems and technologies available on the UK market” -- www.bayer.co.uk

(75) “West Covina-Area Pet Owners Face Fees for Failure to Microchip, Vaccinate,” CBS Los Angeles, 05 April 2011 -- losangeles.cbslocal.com

(76) Microchip-Cancer Lawsuit filed by Andrea Rutherford against Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. and Digital Angel Inc., October 2010 -- www.noble-leon.com

(77) Attorney Steven M. Wise speaks with Katherine Albrecht regarding the microchip-cancer lawsuit that was filed by Andrea Rutherford against Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. and Digital Angel Inc., October 2010 -- www.noble-leon.com

(78) “What You May Not Know About … Microchipping,” by Caroline Davis, editor of Dogs Monthly UK, September 2009 -- www.dogsmonthly.co.uk

(79) “Pet Checks in Saugus/Stevenson Ranch,” SCV News, 09 February 2012 -- scvnews.com

(80) “Horse Passports – Why You Need Them and What They Contain,” Direct.gov.uk -- www.direct.gov.uk

(81) “Dogs (Amendment) Act, (Northern Ireland) 2011” -- www.legislation.gov.uk

(82) “Dog Microchipping, What Owners Need to Know,” The Department of Internal Affairs, Wellington, New Zealand, October 2009 -- www.dogsafety.govt.nz

(83) Ibid.

(84) “Dog Microchipping Regulations,” The Department of Internal Affairs, New Zealand -- www.dia.govt.nz

(85) “The Year of the Dog War,” by Catherine Masters, New Zealand Herald, 25 March 2006 -- www.nzherald.co.nz

(86) “Horse Passports – Why You Need Them and What They Contain,” UK -- www.direct.gov.uk

(87) “Horses: Horse Passports,” Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), UK -- www.defra.gov.uk

(88) Ibid.

(89) “Horse Passports – Why You Need Them and What They Contain” -- www.direct.gov.uk

(90) “Microchips: Sample Letters with Cover Pages,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(91) Petition: “STOP Mandatory Animal Microchipping,” sponsored by ChipMeNot.org (US) -- www.thepetitionsite.com

(92) Ibid.

(93) Petition: “Stop Compulsory Microchipping of Dogs,” sponsored by the 7th Heaven Animal Rescue Trust -- www.ipetitions.com

(94) Petition: “No to Compulsory Dog Microchipping in Malta,” sponsored by Malta Network Resources -- www.thepetitionsite.com

(95) Petition: “Alternatieve Identificatie Voor Paarden Weer Toestaan,” sponsored by Marian Raven namens Initiatief voor Diervriendelijke Identifidatie, Groep Nijhof -- petities.nl


Suggestions

(1) “Are Pet Owners Being Misled Regarding the Safety and Reliability of Microchip Implants?” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, April 2011 -- www.noble-leon.com

(2) “Microchip Implants: Technological Solution or 21st Century Nightmare?” by Jeanne, website writer for Noble-Leon.com, November 2009 -- www.noble-leon.com

(3) “Microchip-Associated Fibrosarcoma in a Cat” by Carminato A, Vascellari M, Marchioro W, Melchiotti E, Mutinelli F. Veterinary Dermatology. May 2011; 22(6): 565-569 -- www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (Abstract)

(4) “Reporting Adverse Reactions,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(5) “Pet’s Death Rekindles Electronic ID Debate” by R. Scott Nolen, JAVMA News, 01 July 2004 -- www.avma.org

(6) “Coco, the Chololate Labrador, Who Risked Facing 6 Months Quarantine in the UK Due to a Failed Microchip” -- www.vetsgetscanning.co.uk

(7) “Advanced Literature: Microchips,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(8) “Microchip Implants: Technological Solution or 21st Century Nightmare?” -- www.noble-leon.com

(9) “References” section of “Microchip Implants: Technological Solution or 21st Century Nightmare?” -- www.noble-leon.com

(10) “Are Pet Owners Being Misled Regarding the Safety and Reliability of Microchip Implants?” -- www.noble-leon.com

(11) “Advanced Literature: Microchips,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(12) Welcome to Léon’s Memorial Website, Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(13) “Layman’s Literature: Microchips,” Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com

(14) “Microchip-Induced Tumors in Laboratory Rodents and Dogs: A Review of the Literature 1990-2006” by Katherine Albrecht, Ed.D., AntiChips.com, 19 November 2007 -- www.antichips.com

(15) “Microchip Implants: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions” by Katherine Albrecht, Ed.D., AntiChips.com, 03 June 2008 -- www.antichips.com

(16) “How To Make A Safe, Inexpensive Cat Collar” - Step-by-step instructions that explain how to easily make a safe, inexpensive cat collar. Noble-Leon.com -- www.noble-leon.com



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