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And every time I touch her she yelps :cryin: I feel so guilty that I can't comfort her.

She was also vaccinated for parvo etc... (her 10 week puppy needle) so we can take her walkies next week :D
 

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Thanks Nat... I can't even stroke her belly because she rolls over then yelps, the vet put the chip 1/2 way down her back
That's strange - usually its in the scruff of her neck where she can't really feel it. Bess didn't even notice hers.

Hope she feels better soon.
 

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Thanks Bessie; I was suprised when I went to take her collar off and he said it wasn't necessary, she's having lots of sympathy today but she's still feeling very sorry for herself.
 

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Thanks Bessie... I know it needed to be done, our last dog was a rescue so all this was done before we took her on.

She's fast asleep now and stopped whining which is a good sign :)
 

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can i ask why it was put on her back? just seems bit strange i no two of my local vets only scan the neck do other vets/rescues scan other places?
 

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can i ask why it was put on her back? just seems bit strange i no two of my local vets only scan the neck do other vets/rescues scan other places?
Microchips can move, so they should scan all over the body. As Bess was so active as a pup the vet thought it might move on her so we had a discussion about it. Luckily it didn't in the end, but he told me they once found it had migrated to a dog's foot! :eek:
 
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