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Oct 28, 2013

New BIAZA Microchipping Guidelines


Updated guidelines on microchipping animals are now available for members on the BIAZA website.

These guidelines give clear advice on which members of staff are able to carry out microchipping procedures, size of microchip and species-specific implant site recommendations.  They are available under Animal Care and Management>Policy Documents and Codes of Practice.

Click here to view the microchipping guidelines. 



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