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Originally posted by craig732
Hey Lord Infamous... why in your opinion are these chips in the pets a bad idea? Why are you troubled by this?
Originally posted by zman
Masons provide free ID program to local children here in Pa . they call it Child Idendification Program (CHIP) .
Originally posted by twitchy
Yeah, just one of the many ways Masons 'give back to the community' isn't it?
If you want to have your child id recorded, don't let the Wizard Wannabes do it for you guys, take your kids down to the local Law Enforcement Agency and do it properly.
Originally posted by dawa
Chips in people is a bit different from chips in a pet!
My dog isnt chipped, but thats because shes a lazy git and I have to drag her out on a walk, so chances of her running away are pretty slim. However, if she was all active and always running out of the garden and stuff, id quite like her to have a chip.
If she ran away, or was stolen id like to be able to have the chance of being able to PROVE that the dog they found was mine. " Thats my sandy! " "Oh really? This man claims hes had her since she was a pup! " "Lets get scanning then! "