Woman reunited with dog who vanished 7 years ago


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Dr. Eowyn
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What an incredible and wonderful story! God bless the staff of Animal Friends Humane Society who persisted in finding the microchip in the doggie, which had slipped down from her neck to the side of the body.

dinophile
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dinophile

It is, and it certainly points up the benefits of microchipping your pet. But–call me a conspiracy theorist!–I see it as only one step removed from microchipping the owner herself. If they know where your dog lives, they know where YOU live.

truckjunkie
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truckjunkie

True enough. I had my dog chipped;this only stores health and contact info for the dog,but I have to wonder,how tough would it be for the Feds to make select Veterinarians insert a DIFFERENT kind of chip-one that included an RFID,to find the dog’s owner when the dog was claimed? As I understand it,they make these chips small enough now that they could be planted with a blow gun dart from a short distance or even stuck to a person by someone they are “bumped into” by on the street. (OOPS-gotta send this-they’re coming to get me…)

truckjunkie
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truckjunkie

I guess,thinking logically,they have no need to use RFID’s to track anyone anymore. Everyone can be watched by satellite almost anywhere they go;add to this the “Snitch on your neighbor-earn perks” system the Justice Dept. uses now,and ya can run,but ya can’t hide (for long). It’s become painfully obvious-if “THEY” want ya,”THEY’LL” get ya. So I’m not gonna worry about it. Just like with the local cops-if ya act like you’re doing what you’re supposed to do,even if it ISN’T,they won’t even notice ya. The people they seem to watch for are the ones that are AFRAID they’ll get caught… Read more »