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The issue of compulsory microchipping continues to
arouse controversy in the dog world and the 
campaign group Chip Me Not UK has now waded into the fray by declaring June official ‘No chipping month’.
    The organisation, concerned about the introduction of compulsory dog-chipping legislation around the world (with Northern Ireland being the latest to pass new dog control laws and intending to make chipping a legal requirement from spring 2012), is calling on UK pet owners to consider alternatives to the implantation of electromagnetic microchips in their pets.
    Find out more about the group’s campaign at www.chipmenot.org.uk

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