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Microchipping
Microchipping very small dogs
  1. Frances Taylor-Brown,
  2. Patrick J. Kenny and
  3. Martin Whiting
  1. Queen Mother Hospital for Animals, Royal Veterinary College, Hawkshead Lane, North Mymms, Hertfordshire AL9 7TA, e-mail: ftaylor@rvc.ac.uk

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WE would like to draw attention to the case of a seven-week-old female chihuahua puppy weighing 750 g that was referred to the Royal Veterinary College's Queen Mother Hospital for Animals following accidental microchip placement through the caudal aspect of the skull and into the rostral brainstem. CT images were …

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