Russ Hornsby invented them.
It is a good idea to microchip pets, because if you live in a large city, have a small dog, and/or live near busy roads, it would be a good idea so you can find your pet quickly. I have heard countless stories of dogs getting hit by cars or running away, and all of them had no chip.
a tiny grain of rice
Well... if one fourth of students have pets... 32/4=8, so 8 students have pets. If there are a total of 32 students, minus the 8 that have pets, 24 do not have pets!
the microchip was invented in 1959 by Jack Kilby.
The microchip was invented by two people namely Jack Kilby and Robert Noyce. This invention was a key stage in the development of computing.
Robert Noyce is credited with the invention of the microchip and VeriChip Corporation developed the RFID (radio-frequency identification) microchip used for pet recovery.
hal whitman is the founder of modern computing having invented the microchip
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Aqua pets are interactive toys that were introduced in 2004. They are floating, thumb-sized and three-dimensional figures that have a speaker, microphone, and microchip.
Microchips cannot hurt your pet. If your pet is lost, then found, but does not have a collar on then there is a chance that he will be swiped for a microchip. If a microchip is found, then the swiper will show a number. That number will tell your information such as your phone number and address. I believe all pets should be microchipped.
Phone the vet that put it in. Also when you got the microchip put in your pet you were given a form to fill out to a company and you should have a copy. If you can't find it then call your vet. You can call the local pound or other animal residence and ask for your pets microchip information paper. You then can update the microchip's information.
No, not at all. The microchip is smaller than a grain of rice and feels like a shot. Other than the prick from the insert it does not hurt your pet. Once inserted your pet can not feel the microchip. Microchips are only beneficial. If your pet is lost, then found, he has a chance to be swiped for a microchip. If a microchip is found then a number will be read. That number will contain your information, such as your phone number and your address. If you move your microchip should be updated. I believe all pets should be microchipped.
well, millions of pets become lost every single year and only a few are reunited with there owners. Many of these lost pets end up in a shelter for pets,and are adopted by new owners if you had the micro chip the owners of the shelter would know where the pets belonged too and you would get your pet back as they scan the dog to check for them. If you don't have the micro chip then chances are you will not. Personally i get all my pets a microchip just in case.So yea in my opinion it is a good idea.