Identification and registration

Database support for microchip identification in companion animal identification

Author: Brockway K. A.

Source: Master’s paper submitted to the faculty of the School of Information and Library Science of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Information Science, 2002.

Document:  http://dc.lib.unc.edu/cdm/ref/collection/s_papers/id/495

Checking procedures for the movement of dogs and cats within the EU

Author:  Ministero degli Affari Esteri Ministero dell’Interno – Servizio Polizia Stradale Ministero del Turismo
Source: www.fnovi.it
Document:  manuale_eng

Identification methods for dogs and cats

Author:  World Animal protection (former WSPA), Companion & Working Animals Unit
Source: www.worldanimalprotection.org
Document:  Identification methods for dogs and cats

Pet identification: microchips, collars, tags and the Wood Green Animal Shelters' National Pet Register

Author: Leather R. L.
Source: Urban Animal Management Conference Proceedings, 1994.
Document: Pet_identification_UAM94Leather

Options for animal identification systems

Author: Prowse W. 
Source: Urban Animal Management Conference Proceedings, 1994.
Document: Options_for_animal_id_UAM95Prowse

Getting microchips right

Author: McBryde I., Murray D.
Source: Urban Animal Management Conference Proceedings, 2001.
Document: Getting_microchips_right_UAM01McBryde_0 (1)

Pet population management and public health: A web service based tool for the improvement of dog traceability

Author: Dalla Villa P., Messori S., Possenti L.
Source: Preventive Veterinary Medicine; , 2013, Vol. 109, Issues 3–4, pp. 349–353.
Document: p._dalla_villa_s._messori__pet_population_management_and_public_health_…_

PIAA Dogs Lifetime Guarantee Policy On Traceability & Re-Homing

Author: Pet Industry Association of Australia (PIAA)
Source: PIAA, 2013.
Document: téléchargement

WSAVA Microchip Identification Guidelines

Author:  World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA)
Source: WSAVA website
Document: http://www.wsava.org/guidelines/microchip-identification-guidelines

BVA position on microchipping

Author:  British Veterinary Association (BVA)
Source: BVA website, 2010.
Document: http://www.bva.co.uk/News-campaigns-and-policies/Policies/Companion-animals/Microchipping/

Liposarcoma at the site of an implanted microchip in a dog

Author: Vascellari M., Mutinelli F., Cossettini R., Altinier E.
Source: The Veterinary Journal, 2004, Vol. 168, Issue 2, pp. 188–190.
Document: 0fcfd5069a8e0a184a000000

Conducting Programs for the Implantation of Electronic Identification Devices (EID) in Companion Animals – Position Statement

Author: College of Veterinarians of Ontario (CVO)
Source: CVO website, 2011.
Document: ImplantationofEIDinCA

Current use of and attitudes towards identification in cats and dogs in veterinary clinics in Oklahoma City, USA

Author: Slater M. R., Weiss E., Lord L. K.
Source: Animal Welfare, 2012, Vol. 21, pp. 51-57.
Document: slater

Microchip Safety and Efficacy

Author: World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA)
Source: WSAVA website
Document: Microchip Safety and Efficacy

Identification, Vaccination and Movement of Dogs and Cats in Europe

Author: FOUR PAWS European Policy Office
Source: FOUR PAWS
Document: Identification, Vaccination and Movement of Dogs and Cats in Europe
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