(1) The device was, in essence, a tiny sphere with a microchip inside that produced a specific sound.(2) These days we microchip our pets so that they can be tracked and brought swiftly to justice.(3) It is inserted in a microchip on which the research engineers have also integrated most of the evaluation electronics.(4) The tiny microchip , thinner than a human hair, will initially be used in patients suffering from eye diseases, potentially saving the sight of thousands of people.(5) A licence is only Ôö¼├║5 a year and then to tag or microchip your dog doesn't cost much either.(6) Permanently identify your dog - although the law states a dog must wear a collar and tag, these can get lost or taken off and it is advisable to microchip your pet.(7) The next issue I wish to talk about is the proposal to microchip dogs.(8) It is a simple procedure whereby a tiny microchip , about the size of a grain of rice, is inserted under the skin of your pet's shoulder blades by a vet.(9) The microchip is so tiny that it's just injected into them, and I guess it just lives under the skin.(10) But now, scientists have developed a way to make the materials for genes on a microchip in mass quantities, for a fraction of the current cost.(11) Obviously, there is no such thing as a GPS transceiver that can be implanted with a hypodermic needle as a tiny microchip .(12) If we need to microchip dangerous dogs, so be it.(13) Nanowires fashioned into billions of transistors on a microchip could someday drive tiny, ultra-fast computers.(14) They had been easier to identify than many of the others as all had been microchipped , the investigating officer said this week.(15) Most animals can be microchipped , but it is commonly used on dogs, cats and horses.(16) Dog wardens return first-time strays free of charge if the dog is microchipped or wearing a tag.