Microchip migration/expulsion

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Microchip migration/expulsion

Postby littleCloClo » Sun Mar 26, 2017 1:58 am

I'm pretty sure Chloe's microchip is working it's way out of her. It's barely under the skin at this point. Has this happened to anyone else's pet?

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Re: Microchip migration/expulsion

Postby Bullseye » Sun Mar 26, 2017 10:44 am

I know they can migrate, but I've never known one to actually come right out... have you a photo?

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Re: Microchip migration/expulsion

Postby patty » Sun Mar 26, 2017 11:41 am

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When I adopted my girl Boo 7 years ago she was micro chipped at the pound. Several months ago when I would massage her neck I noticed a small bump. In just few days it was gone. When I took her to the vet to update her rabies shot I asked them to scan for her chip and it was gone. :( I had her micro chipped again.

After doing some reading it is common. Since they aren't embedded deeply.

How is cutie pie Chloe?

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Re: Microchip migration/expulsion

Postby littleCloClo » Sun Mar 26, 2017 12:30 pm

She's doing really well! She's chubby from her prednisone but otherwise silly and smart and sweet. She just turned 10 on the 15th. ☺

I just took a photo and just need to upload somewhere to share.

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Re: Microchip migration/expulsion

Postby littleCloClo » Sun Mar 26, 2017 12:43 pm

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It's just under the skin, as if it could pop out any time.

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Re: Microchip migration/expulsion

Postby patty » Sun Mar 26, 2017 1:01 pm

That is exactly how Boo's looked before it disappeared, they are just like small grains of rice. Not sure if the vet could remove that and re-plant without paying full price for a new one.

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Re: Microchip migration/expulsion

Postby Bullseye » Sun Mar 26, 2017 1:18 pm

patty wrote:That is exactly how Boo's looked before it disappeared, they are just like small grains of rice. Not sure if the vet could remove that and re-plant without paying full price for a new one.


I just guessing, but it's likely that the vet will say that it's more feesable to replace the whole chip, is it giving her any grief?

Bullseye's migrated shortly after being fitted, I asked the vet about it & they said no problem, that was about 7 years ago... it happens now and again, but that one does look a bit close... Bill & Tuppence's haven't moved...

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Re: Microchip migration/expulsion

Postby littleCloClo » Sun Mar 26, 2017 1:52 pm

Bullseye wrote:
patty wrote:That is exactly how Boo's looked before it disappeared, they are just like small grains of rice. Not sure if the vet could remove that and re-plant without paying full price for a new one.


I just guessing, but it's likely that the vet will say that it's more feesable to replace the whole chip, is it giving her any grief?

Bullseye's migrated shortly after being fitted, I asked the vet about it & they said no problem, that was about 7 years ago... it happens now and again, but that one does look a bit close... Bill & Tuppence's haven't moved...


Chloe doesn't seem to notice it at all.

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Re: Microchip migration/expulsion

Postby Bullseye » Sun Mar 26, 2017 2:07 pm

It goes without saying, but just keep an eye on it & if you're worried about it, just run to the vets.. :thumbsup:


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